MoneySense recently came out with its list of Best Places to Live in Canada. Drumroll please…
The City of Ottawa was ranked first among the 417 places analyzed by MoneySense. A few local cracked the top 50 as well: Russell (21), Clarence-Rockland (31). The Nation ranked 123rd while Hawkesbury was 311th. Alfred-Plantagenet, Champlain, Casselman and East Hawkesbury weren’t listed.
Places were scored out of a total of 101 points, ranging from things like the number of doctors per thousand population (1 point) to weather (10 points).
Users can also personalize the rankings based on their interests. The full list can be found here.
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