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Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary among world’s top five most liveable cities: The Economist

Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary among world’s top five most liveable cities: The Economist

The Economist has released its annual ranking of the world’s most liveable cities and three of the top five are in Canada.

Once again, Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary sit on the list’s third, fourth and fifth spots respectively.

At fourth spot, Toronto scored an overall rating of 97.2, with the key indicators being stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education and infrastructure.

Topping out the list for the seventh year in a row is Melbourne, Australia, followed by Vienna, Austria.

Overall, Canada and Australia each have three cities in the top ten spots on the list.

The Economist Intelligence Unit ranked 140 cities as part of the ranking.

While there was little change in the top section of the list, a number of other cities in the world saw their scores rise, such as Amsterdam, Reykjavik, Budapest, Singapore and Montevideo. Read more…

Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary among world’s top five most liveable cities: The Economist

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