Canada is a beautiful country with a wonderful reputation; it is known to have a high value of education and a very safe living standard, so it does have a lot going for it.
It is a huge country, so there is a great deal of choice when it comes to choosing the best city for you to live in. The only problem is the fact that you have too much choice! So, to help you decide, here are the top 10 most beautiful places to live in Canada.
10. Winnipeg, Manitoba
Winnipeg is Manitoba’s largest city and it has something for everyone. If you are a sports fan, then you have a local baseball, football and hockey team. If you are a performing arts fan, then there is the Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra, the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. If you’re a lover of history, then there are also plenty of museums and historic sites. Whatever you are looking for in a place to live, Winnipeg has it.
9. Red Deer, Alberta
Red Deer is located in Central Alberta and it is Alberta’s third largest city. There are a number of activities going on in Red Deer, so you will never be bored. This beautiful city has so much to offer, from the wonderful parks to the friendly people. Red Deer also has a fantastic unemployment rate.
8. Edmonton, Alberta
This lovely city has been featured in a number of movies, including The Edge in 1997 and The Assassination of Jesse James in 2007. It is also the home of Michael J. Fox. Other great aspects of the city that often attract new residents include the local sports teams and the great colleges and universities.
Edmonton has a large population and it’s actually Alberta’s second largest city; if you are looking for a largely populated area, then this might be the city for you.
7. Fredericton, New Brunswick
Fredericton was named after the second son of George III, Frederick, and it is located on the St. John River. It is a great city that has fantastic transport links; the Fredericton International Airport is located in the city, which allows easy transport in and out of the city. This city includes a number of public parks, museums and art galleries; these features make it a great and interesting city that is suitable for families.
6. Brandon, Manitoba
This is the second largest city in Manitoba, after Winnipeg. Brandon has great transportation links; there are plenty of taxi services, there is an airport close by and there are buses running to a variety of other areas in Canada. As well as being convenient with transport, Brandon also offers lots of great entertainment, including art festivals, jazz festivals and fairs.
5. Regina, Saskatchewan
The name of this wonderful city is Latin for ‘Queen.’ This is another Canadian city that has been the location of a few movies, including Just Friends in 2005 and The Unsaid in 2001. Regina is not a large city; however, it has everything you could possibly want.
4. Halifax, Nova Scotia
Halifax is the capital of Nova Scotia, a wonderful province in Canada; it is also the most popular city in the province. Halifax also has a variety of great neighborhoods to choose from, so you will have plenty of choice when choosing the perfect area to live in.
3. Kingston, Ontario
Kingston is a popular choice when finding somewhere to live; however, it is not a really popular tourist destination because it is not as well known, so this would be great for someone who is just interested in living in a residential city. Kingston has so much going for it, including a great nightlife and other activities; it also has, like many other Canadian cities, great parks.
2. Burlington, Ontario
This is another popular city in Ontario and it is great for anyone interested in living in the big city. It is also fantastic for families because there are plenty of great schools and colleges. Another plus side to Burlington is the economic stability. This city is clean and friendly with loads to do.
1. Ottawa, Ontario
Ottawa has made the top 10 often and it is hardly surprising! The capital city of Canada has a lot to offer any resident; for example, it is a very family-friendly city with so much to do. It is not the liveliest city, but it is clean and friendly, so it is your decision whether it is right for you or not.
So, there are your top 10 most beautiful places to live in Canada. Each and every one of them has a lot to offer; for example, beautiful parks and a great family lifestyle. Some are livelier than others, but the choice is up to you because everyone has a different “perfect” city to live in.
This list is based on the most beautiful landscapes that I have had the pleasure of gazing upon throughout my travels across Canada.
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