Canada is often associated with the Rocky Mountains, pristine forests, and long distances between urban centres, but did you know three of its cities are considered the best cities to live in the world?
St. John's is a vibrant and picturesque city with a rich cultural heritage. Its location on the eastern edge of Canada provides a unique and beautiful natural setting with rugged coastlines, rolling hills, and sparkling blue waters.
The gateway to Cape Breton Island, Peggy's Cove, and other Maritime Provinces (Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick), this provincial capital has so many exciting places to visit. Haligonians are some of the friendliest people in any Canadian city.
The appeal of this French-speaking province is its unique food, warm French Canadian culture, and stunning architecture. A prime example is the iconic Chateau Frontenac, the most photographed hotel in the world.
Although not in the top ten, at number 23, Montreal was the last of the Canadian cities to make the Global Liveability Index 2022. Multicultural, multilingual, and a hub of culture, art, and commerce, you want to experience Montreal during summer.
Located on Lake Ontario, ‘the Six' or ‘the GTA' has a few islands to which you can sail, boat, or ferry. There are plenty of parks and green spaces for biking and relaxing. Toronto's food scene is diverse and plentiful.