Four Canadian Cities Among 25 Best
OTTAWA — Vancouver, site of the 2010 Winter Olympics, has won a bronze medal rating as the third most livable city among 215 cities assessed in an annual study.
The four other Canadian cities in the study finished in the Top 25, according to a quality of life survey being released today by Mercer Human Resources Consulting.
Toronto climbed to 15th spot from 16th last year. Ottawa moved up three to 18th place. Montreal and Calgary maintained last year’s ratings, finishing 22nd and 25th respectively.