Top 10 Places to Retire

Cities with great access to health care, decent weather and low crime rates.

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From the April 2014 issue of the magazine.

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5 comments on “Top 10 Places to Retire

  1. Hmmm, I hope your financial research is a little more thorough than your retirement advice. Salmon Arm is a pretty little town (I have lived here for almost 40 years) but it is a lot more overcast than neighboring towns. Also, shopping choices are somewhat limited. I am planning to buy a condo soon and I can get MUCH more bang for my buck in Kelowna than Salmon Arm. Shopping there is better and the skies are usually brighter too.

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    • What’s the weather like in kelowna

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  2. calgary is too cold for seniors who cannot afford to escape winter for 6 months. How on earth could it make the list? I’ve lived and worked here for 25 years. Believe me when I sayretirees will want to stay indoors 9 months of the year..

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  3. Very puzzling. I would suggest the integrity of the list (or political motive) is significantly in question here. Namely, why are the Top 10 places to retire in Canada hugely over-represented to municipalities and communities in Eastern Canada? It would appear that Western Canada – in particular British Columbia – is vastly under-represented in this list? Refresh and try again please!!

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  4. Calgary?! I’m planning to retire in a year and believe me, I won’t be staying in calgary! Much too cold, winters are much too long, and prices at the grocery stores are getting unbelievably high…….who made this list? Lousy research I’d say.

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