There’s a magazine called the economist and sometimes they rank cities based on a number of factors. One of these factors is not the cost of living.
This year three Canadian cities made the top ten: Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary took 3rd, 4th and 5th place.
When a five-year view is taken, global liveability has declined by 0.68 percentage points, highlighting the fact that the last five years have been characterised by heightened unrest in the wake of the global economic crisis, which has undermined many of the developmental gains that cities may have experienced through public policy and investment,” the report said.
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