The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has released its annual assessment of the world’s most livable cities, and Canada was the standout winner, with three of its cities making the top 10 list. In this report, they rank the world’s most livable cities with Toronto, Vancouver, and Calgary ranking in the top 10. This is great news for Canada as a whole, as these rankings help to boost a city’s economy.
Although Toronto and Vancouver may take the limelight in terms of well-known Canadian cities, it turns out that Calgary is the finest place to live – at least this year. Calgary has risen to third place in a list of the world’s most livable cities, its greatest ever ranking. It is also tied with Zurich, Switzerland as the 3rd best city to live in. Calgary, the third-largest city in Canada as measured by StatCan, has risen 15 places since 2021, owing to its early removal of pandemic restrictions.
Learn more about the three Canadian cities that are among the world’s most livable, in this infographic courtesy of Canadian immigration consultant, Wild Mountain Immigration.