MoneySense’s Mark Brown on Toronto real estate and more

High house prices combined with moderate incomes are holding Toronto back on MoneySense’s Best Places to Live in Canada 2013 list.

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How does your hometown stack up? Visit moneysense.ca/bestplaces to see the full list plus photo galleries, maps, infographics and more. Also, see Canada’s Best Places to Raise Kids, Best Places to Retire and Best Places for New Immigrants

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