BEST 10 Canadian Cities To Live In

Canada is often associated with the Rocky Mountains, pristine forests, and long distances between urban centres.

From the Atlantic provinces to Central Canada, the prairies, and the Rocky Mountains, you can enjoy many different experiences in these Canadian cities.


St. John’s, Newfoundland

Its location on the eastern edge of Canada provides a unique and beautiful natural setting.


Halifax, Nova Scotia

Halifax, the provincial capital of Nova Scotia, is home to the Citadel and Fort McNab, two forts guarding Halifax Harbour.


Quebec City, Quebec

This beautiful and historic destination located in the province of Quebec, and it is the second oldest city in Canada.


Montreal, Quebec

One might consider Montreal the festival capital of Canada.


Toronto, Ontario

There are plenty of parks and green spaces for biking and relaxing. Toronto’s food scene is diverse and plentiful.


London, Ontario

Its proximity to three great lakes (Ontario, Erie, and Huron) places it within an hour of prime vacation rentals.


Winnipeg, Manitoba

Winnipeg has something to offer everyone, from the historic Exchange District to the bustling downtown area.


Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Known as the “Paris of the Prairies” for its eight bridges that span the South Saskatchewan River.


Calgary, Alberta

The Rocky Mountains were close enough to host the Olympic Games in 1988, with world-class skiing at Lake Louise or Banff National Park within a few hours’ drive.


Vancouver, British Columbia

Vancouver is a world-class city with the North Shore Mountains as a backdrop and the Pacific Ocean at its feet.

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