Canada’s Best Places to Retire 2016

Based on access to healthcare, amenities and weather

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8 comments on “Canada’s Best Places to Retire 2016

  1. Port Credit is listed in your best places to retire list (#7). Port Credit is not a city or town in it’s own right but a very small neighbourhood in Mississauga. ( less than 2% of the population) It has been part of Mississauga since 1974. Also your property taxes listed appear wrong as they are less the the amount listed for a house valued 38% less in Mississauga. Not Possible. Also the tax rates quoted are not the full amounts paid but maybe only the city portion. I live in a house valued less than the Port Credit Average in 2016 and pay over $6000 a year in total taxes.

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  2. I am moving to Windsor On it is very reasonable for a low income senior.

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    • Windsor is a perfect place to retire to. There are even doctors who are accepting new patients!

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  3. I have Lived All over Canada ..The Best Place to live is Bronte in Oakville, by the Pier..

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  4. When did Port Credit annex from the City Of Mississauga????

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  5. $1,710 for average property tax in Toronto?!? Wish MPAC and John Tory would read these article.

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  6. Good grief. Where did you get the property tax info? This whole article has zero credibility. Our Ottawa tax for a modest home in a modest Neighborhood is 50% higher. Our son’s tax in Toronto is double your amount.

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  7. I live in Nelson BC and am retired. Nelson is small, only 10,000 people but has everything you could want, imagine waking up every morning and have the mountains and lake outside your window. It’s peaceful, calm and has everything you could want, people are friendly, lots to do all year, fabulous restuarants. I’ve lived in Winnipeg, Calgary, Toronto and Mississauga and would not go back to a large city again.

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