Canada’s Best Places to Raise Kids 2015

Based on cost, access to daycare and more

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12 comments on “Canada’s Best Places to Raise Kids 2015

  1. The website doesn’t work on IOS or Mac. Can’t click thru the article’s countdown

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  2. Your links for “Best Place to Raise Kids” & “Best Place for New Immigrants” have been interchanged.

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    • Fixed! Thanks for pointing that out.

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  3. I try to sort by province, put Ontario in but there is no way to execute the search????

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  4. I am a senior, who raised 5 children in St Albert. Just yesterday, my children were reminiscing about their life in St Albert. They say that they wouldn’t have wanted to grow up any where else. When our children were raised, we left for 10 years. We have now moved back to St Albert. We are HOME. It is a special place for sure

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  5. I grew up in St. Albert and left when I got pregnant with my oldest daughter. I would never raise my children in a city that revolves strictly around money and financial standing. Moving to Spruce Grove was the best choice I’ve ever made and am proud to call it home. I’m ashamed to call St. Albert home, but not ashamed to know I wasn’t influenced by the society it’s become.

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    • Hi, good to know your comments, you know what? I live in Bogotá, Colombia, South America; me and my family are planning on apply to a permanent visa in Canadá. This time we are collecting information to understand, what would be the best city for living.

      For me the most important is a place where my baby (3.5 years old) can grow up far from any dangerous place, you know crime, sexual abuse etc.

      Would you mind if i ask you for more information about the city you raised your children?
      I appreciate it so much, and of course if you don´t mind I will contact you by email, just let me know

      Sincerely,

      Osvaldo Castillo

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  6. It is so misleading to label your findings “CANADA’s BEST ………….” when you have chosen to exclude the Atlantic Provinces. This is so typical of people who think that Canada starts in BC and ends in Quebec. When I was in school I learned that our Atlantic Provinces were part of Canada. Has this changed in the last few years, or do you mean to exclude us? It is very insulting!

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  7. nothing shows up? Am I in the wrong place? when I click on the link there’s just a picture of a boy and the comments, but no information?

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    • Hi Sarah, to the right of the picture there is all the information contained in the article.

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  8. Hi, I would like to know recommended places to raise my 9 and 5 year old children. As we are currently living in New Zealand and are setting up to make the big move to Canada it would be great to get a good insight from families who know the cities well so that we can be prepared. We are looking at moving residential and not inner city. Any info or help would be great.

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