Ever wondered where’s the best place to live in Canada? MoneySense knows.
After months of sifting through reports from Environics Analytics, Statistics Canada and other data providers, MoneySense released their annual report on the best places to live in Canada in 2015.
“In a country that measures 6,521km across, with massively different economic regions and seven distinct climate zones, you can imagine it’s a ton to digest,” writes Mark Brown, the Reports and Rankings Editor at MoneySense. “We carefully weigh dozens of factors to geta big picture of the overall health of 209 communities across the county.”
Considering 34 different factors, MoneySense believes that there’s a strong correlation between the economics of a city and the type of life…