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Updated: Mon, 10 Jun 2013 23:00:00 GMT | By MoneySense
Canada’s best places to live 2013

The MoneySense ranking of the best places to settle down in Canada.



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  • Wetaskiwin, Alberta (© wetaskiwin.tomorrow/Creative Commons)
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  • Toronto, Ontario (© Vincent Yi Zhang/Flickr)
  • Medicine Hat, Alberta (© candycanedisco/Creative Commons)
  • Richmond Hill, Ontario
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MoneySense has ranked 200 cities and towns across Canada in search of the best place to live based on dozens of socio-economic criteria. Here are the top 30 overall cities for 2013.

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