We’ll specify what we think are some of the best places to live in Greater Toronto. If we don’t mention somewhere, that doesn’t mean you should strike it off your list. Many Greater Toronto neighbourhoods meet our criteria – these are just our personal favourites, listed alphabetically.
Guide to Living in Montreal. With a population just over 4 million, Montreal is Canada’s second biggest city, after Toronto. Montreal has been overtaken by Toronto as Canada’s commercial capital, but it is still an important hub for commerce, arts, culture and architecture.
From the outside looking in, it’s hard to imagine what it would be like to live full-time in Whistler, but those who live it every day couldn’t imagine a different life. Here’s a glimpse of what it’s like to live in Whistler. It’s a Small Town Vibe… It doesn’t take long to feel like an integral part of the Whistler community.
Canada’s Richest Places » Six Canadian cities have household net worths above the $1-million mark—and one of them also cracks the top 10 of the overall Best Places to Live in the country. And get this: The No. 1 city’s $3.5-million average household net worth is more than twice as much as that of the No. 2 richest city in Canada.
WATCH: Boucherville is one of four Quebec cities considered some of the best places to live in Canada by MoneySense magazine. MONTREAL — What do Blainville, Boucherville, Lévis and Quebec City have in common? The four cities have been ranked as some of Canada’s best places to live by Money Sense magazine.