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Dear Students and Immigrants, Learn about these 3 Most Livable Cities in Canada

by Ishita Trivedi student visa consultant
Canada has been a top-notch destination attracting tourists and foreign students in great numbers from across the world. In fact, there are certain cities in Canada that are among the world’s top livable locations. If you are planning to migrate to this dreamland to pursue your further education or as a permanent residence, you should know about these thrilling cities of Canada. Especially, for students, it is of utmost importance to choose a destination that has a sound environment. You may consult your Canada study visa consultant or research on the web to choose a destination that provides abundant career opportunities, scenic treat, and welcoming and modern culture.

Before heading to this dream country, you should know about these three top cities of Canada that open the door for bounteous opportunities and provides you an amazing stay while you are thriving towards your goals.

Calgary, Vancouver, and Toronto – these 3 Canadian cities are breaking records ranking in the top ten list of the world’s most lively and livable cities. In a Global Livability Report 2018 survey conducted by the Economist Magazine, 140cities of the world were surveyed based on five factors - infrastructure, culture and environment, healthcare, education, and stability. According to the report, among the 140 cities, Calgary stood fourth, Vancouver sixth, and Toronto came on the seventh position.

Calgary
In the Alberta Canadian province, Calgary is the largest city. Ranked fourth in the Economist magazine survey, the city scored 97.5, falling behind Vienna, Melbourne, and Osaka. Owing to its aesthetic scenery, high-standard education, and abundant job opportunities, Calgary has been the favorite destination for foreign immigrants. In livability factors like education, infrastructure, healthcare, and stability, Calgary has scored cent percent marks. However, in culture and environment, it scored 90 making the overall score of 97.5.

Vancouver
Vancouver, located in the British Columbia province of Canada, stood sixth in the survey with the score 97.3.  Known for the ethnically diverse environment, it provides a welcoming environment for the immigrants. With vast career opportunities, high living standard, and scenic landscape, it provides all the zeal that would make you fall in love with it.
Scoring 100 for healthcare, culture and environment, education factors and scoring 95 for stability and 92.9 for infrastructure, it makes the total score of 97.3, which was the same even in the previous year.

Toronto
Toronto is the largest Canadian city and is also the capital city of the Ontario province. Majority of the immigrants and students who shift to Canada prefer to settle in Greater Toronto Area which comprises of the very own Toronto and other surrounding municipalities like Windsor, Hamilton, Richmond Hill, Mississauga, and Brampton. Toronto, being the cosmopolitan city, drive local and foreign tourist in huge numbers. Most of the Canada student visa consultant would recommend Toronto for permanent migration and education as it has the best and world-class universities and amazing career scope.

Toronto is spectacular, high-standard, and lively, boasting about some of the best tourist attractions; Niagara falls being the one. Its overall score is 97.2 falling behind Vancouver with just a slight difference. It scored cent percent for education, stability, and healthcare, 97.2 for culture and environment, and 89.3 for infrastructure.

Bottomline
In this survey, the first ten places were majorly dominated by Australian and Canadian cities. If you are confused about choosing your overseas education or PR destination, then you can take expert opinion from GEPSI Immigration, the most recognized visa consultant based in Ahmedabad.

About Ishita Trivedi Innovator   student visa consultant

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