Top 10 Best Places To Live In Canada

Top 10 Best Places To Live In Canada


Canada is a large and diverse country, with
many different provinces and municipalities that could make your Canadian experience vastly
different depending on where you are located. Here’re the 10 best places to live in Canada: 1. Ottawa, Ontario. Ottawa is a proud multicultural city and reflects
the rich cultures and traditions of both English and French Canada. The city is bilingual and approximately 50
per cent of its residents speak English and 30 per cent speak French. The remaining 20 per cent speak other languages. As a diverse city and a large immigrant population,
all of the world’s major faiths are practiced in Ottawa. Sitting on the Ottawa River, it has at its
centre Parliament Hill, with grand Victorian architecture and museums like the National
Gallery of Canada, with noted collections of indigenous and other
Canadian art. The park-lined Rideau Canal is filled with
boats in summer and ice-skaters in winter. 2. Gatineau, Quebec. Gatineau, officially Ville de Gatineau, is
a city in western Quebec, Canada. It is the fourth largest city in the province
after Montreal, Quebec City, and Laval. It is located on the northern bank of the
Ottawa River, immediately across from Ottawa, together with which it forms Canada’s National
Capital Region. Two important tourist attractions located
in Gatineau are the Canadian Museum of History and the Casino du Lac-Leamy. At the beginning of September, on Labour Day
weekend, Gatineau hosts an annual hot air balloon festival which fills the skies with
colourful gas-fired passenger balloons. 3. Waterloo, Ontario. Waterloo Region is an active, thriving place
to live, work, study and invest. Immigrants come from all over the world to
make Waterloo their home in Canada. An hour’s drive from Toronto, the area offers
a mix of modern cities and beautiful countryside. Waterloo Region is home to many places of
worship, providing faith communities across the city with reflective spaces. The climate is termed humid continental. The area enjoys four distinct seasons, with
predictable weather patterns, warm summer months and moderate winters. The Grand River Transit public transportation
system within the Waterloo Region relies on a bus system. 4. Brossard, Quebec. Brossard is a dynamic city that takes pride
in its diverse cultural communities, which are an integral part of its social fabric. Few Quebec cities can boast of such a cosmopolitan
nature, and this diversity greatly contributes to the quality of our community and social
life. Brossard offers a friendly and active living
environment to its residents. Families will find everything they need to
flourish in a safe and welcoming environment. It has wide range of sporting, cultural and
recreational activities offers something for everyone. Many parks are scattered throughout the city
of Brossard, and the sport is amongst the most popular in the city given it is quite
accessible. 5. Delta, British Columbia. Delta is the largest municipality of the Greater
Vancouver Regional District. Located at the delta of the Fraser River and
having rich soils and water, Delta is one of the most important agricultural
areas in Metro Vancouver. Delta is home to many people who prefer to
live and raise their families in safe, quiet neighbourhoods, surrounded by nature, and,
if necessary, to commute every day to other cities to work. Delta is ideal for nature lovers with its
parks, bike and walking trails, islands and wildlife. Delta enjoys one of the mildest climates in
Canada. Winter is not as cold as in other cities in
the country and there is very little snow. 6. Saanich, British Columbia. Saanich, located north of Victoria with a
population of more than 100,000, is convincing in many of those areas: noted for its low
violent crime rate, low jobless rate, and high earnings potential. It was also named the No. 2 best place to
retire (behind Victoria). Saanich is home to part of the University
of Victoria which is bisected by the boundary with the neighbouring district municipality
of Oak Bay. It is fairly large in area and contains a
wide variety of rural and urban landscapes and neighbourhoods stretching north to the
Saanich Peninsula. 7. Burlington, Ontario. Situated on the shores of Lake Ontario and
conveniently located between Toronto and Niagara Falls, the beautiful city of Burlington awaits,
whether you are visiting for pleasure, attending a meeting, participating in a sport event
or touring with your group. Burlington offers a quality of life that is
second to none with great schools, shopping, dining, recreational facilities, parkland,
festivals and night life all available within the city. It has some of the best weather in Canada
with 125 days of 2015 being warmer than 20 degrees celsius. 8. Regina, Saskatchewan. At the heart of Canada’s prairies, you’ll
find Saskatchewan’s capital city, Regina. It’s the second largest city in the province,
after Saskatoon, and it’s considered the cultural and commercial heart of Saskatchewan. Here, you’ll find many business and commerce
opportunities, an abundance of art and culture, restaurants and nightlife, and the city’s
famed summer agricultural exhibition, which was originally established in 1884. The city’s major industries include the
following sectors: major call centres, telecommunications, insurance and data management centre, agricultural
chemicals and services and oil and gas exploration. 9. St. Albert, Alberta. Calling St. Albert home will be one of the
best decisions you will ever make. Located minutes away from northwest Edmonton
in the thriving Capital Region of Alberta, the community of St. Albert embraces families
and supports a lifestyle where everyone can flourish. St Albert has all the amenities you would
expect from an Alberta community, such as schools, health care and recreational facilities,
and also boasts several parks and a vibrant art scene. Home to over 60,000 connected residents, this
safe, prosperous and beautiful City was ranked as one of the Best Place to Raise Kids, one
of the safest urban centre in Alberta. 10. Guelph, Ontario. Dreams of a house and a yard, and a slower
pace of life, draw young professionals away from the big city. Guelph is one of Canada’s fastest growing
cities. Only 45 minutes from Toronto, it maintains
low unemployment, a low crime rate, and a high standard of living. Guelph has just the right balance of city
life and small-town friendliness. For those living and working in Guelph, bike,
walk, drive or take advantage of Guelph Transit’s bus service, with buses running every 20 minutes
during peak periods.

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