Canada places well on the Economist Intelligence Unit's list of the best cities to live in.
When measuring the immeasurable, like the appeal of the world's cities, we often resort to the simple metric of livability. Upon returning from travel, we tend to say things like, "It's a fun city, but I don't think I could live there," or, conversely, "I could totally see myself living there."
The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has released a report that looks at what makes a city livable. What are the ten most livable cities on earth, and what three Canadian locales make the list? Click through to find out.
* Livability, as measured by the EIU's report, is a measure of the healthcare, stability, culture, environment, education and infrastructure of each city. Overall rating scores are out of 100.
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