Almost any of the 209 communities spread around Canada would be a great choice if you decided to relocate. However, some places are always better than others, in terms of job opportunities, housing prices, weather or even sightseeing. And there are certain cities that simply seem to have it all.
Canada’s capital is a great place to live, whether you are a young and single professional or you have a large family. It scores on many levels: high incomes, low taxes, great schools and access to health. Plus, the city is rich in history, culture and entertainment.
This predominant French speaking community of 43.000 inhabitants may be a newbie on this list, but it can compete against any of the popular cities in Canada. Affordable housing prices and a fair commute for those who work in the city but want their children to grow in a healthier environment is what makes this small town stand out. Boucherville has another thing to brag about: an unemployment rate of only 2.88%.
St. Albert, Alberta
In this town located just outside of Edmonton, 58 percent of families have kids and one fifth of the population is under the age of 15. The median household income is $129.129, one of the highest incomes in Canada. Considering all these, St. Albert might be the perfect place to raise a family.
Thanks to its proximity to Toronto and the U.S border, Burlington draws many Canadians to set roots in this growing suburb. Life is less expensive and the overall community feel persuades families into buying a house in this area.
Saanich, British Columbia
The city has a strong immigrant community, where newcomers can feel at home and find the necessary support to ease the transition. Almost 20% of the population speaks a language other than French or English.
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