Poll: How would you rank places?

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7 comments on “Poll: How would you rank places?

  1. You should do this for small towns as well. I live in a ski resort town in BC and it is amazing the # of city people that would chose this lifestyle versus city lifestyle given the opportunity. It is a much healthier less stressful way to live. We don’t have wallmarts or costcos and we don’t have stress and crime either relative to what cities have.

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  2. Typical Canadian survey. While Toronto beat London for the first time as the best place in the world to live, it doesn’t even show up on this Canadian ranking.

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  3. I have lived / Travelled every inch of Canada..The # 1 place to live is a Place called OAKVILLE in Ontario .Right on the Lake Ontario a short Skip to Toronto…

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  4. How can you even compare big cities to small or medium cities? I personally could never live in a big city anywhere in Canada for a multitude of reasons, mostly to do with the cost of living (ie. real estate) and how busy everything from parks to roads to shopping malls to cafes or restaurants are. But others enjoy the hustle and bustle or city living and the cultural options provided there (eg. live music, theatre, whatever). Should be a different category. Also, how does Surrey rank higher than Nanaimo? Seriously flawed.

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  5. This is such a useless survey. It provides information for the people that live above average. Not the regular working class or poor population. Nobody would make a decision in where they would live because 10% of the population there bike to work!
    Instead talk about the average cost of living, grocery, car insurance prices, health care quality and prices… compare a trade salary in different provinces and the taxes people pay… activities people do in the places, talk about the education system and the help the government of the province provides to families or single parent. Then it will be worth reading!

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  6. I have lived in 6 different provinces. BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario, New Brunswick and Quebec.
    Best place to live, in my opinion is either BC or Saskatchewan.

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  7. Have you ever considered smaller prosperous towns like Uxbridge, Ont.? Or nice small towns like Port Perry, Ont. Great people, great place to raise children or retire

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