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Top 5 Cities To Settle In Canada


In general, Canada has one of the best cities in the world. Nonetheless, there are a lot of reasons why people decide to settle in a particular city, ranging from the cost of living, security, transportation, education, e.t.c. Here are the top five cities to settle in Canada.

5. Trenton, Nova Scotia

This city is situated on the east bank of the East River of Pictou. It is also the best place for young skilled workers, e.g. nurses and health aids. If you like the idea of living in a town close to the beach, then Trenton is a great place to be. Also, Trenton Park is considered one of Nova Scotia’s best parks. Housing is very affordable, ranging from $125-$2,000/month.

4. Montréal, Quebec

This city will make you feel like you are in Europe. It is also known as the fashion capital of Canada, so if you are thinking of a place to attend school, Montreal is the best place. It has been the best student city in America since 2019. Housing is affordable, ranging from $200-$500/month. 


3. Vancouver, British Columbia

Vancouver offers one of the mildest climates among all Canadian cities. Housing is affordable, ranging from $350-$5,000/month. It also offers the best outdoor living space. Vancouver features a diverse population.

If you want to work in IT, healthcare, or the movie industry, this is the best place to be in Canada.

2. Deep River, Ontario

If you’re more of a country person, the Deep River area provides stunning scenery and excellent boating on the broad river, as well as exciting hiking trails in the hills across the Ottawa River. 

Deep River offers one of the most affordable housing markets in Ontario, ranging from $250-$4,000/month.

Deep River is also one of the safest places in Canada. Its severity index is 21.5, which is much lower than the national index of 73.44.

1. Toronto, Ontario

This is the most diverse city in Canada and it is also commonly referred to as the “New York” of Canada. You can get affordable housing ranging from $300-$9,500/month. The weather is mostly cold, but there’s nothing a cardigan, gloves, and cap cannot solve.

Another thing that makes it the best city to live in Canada. There are a lot of job opportunities with a minimum wage of $16/hour, which is higher than most cities.

It also offers one of the most developed transit systems in Canada.

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