Not Toronto, I can tell you that. I have answered far too many questions like this so i will not go into detail but in my opinion, the best cities are Victoria, Vancouver, Saskatoon, and Ottawa.Tip: Search other qustions similar to yours to get a more variety of answers and opinionsHope this helps :)
Depends what you're looking for. Vancouver is more known for being outdoorsy (we're in between the ocean and mountains), Montreal is a party city with great culture and history, Calgary is sort of a Texas light (rodeo and stampedes..), Ottawa is more politically-centred, and Toronto.. Well I'm not sure. Probably the typical big city with skyscrapers and stuff.Personally I love living in Vancouver because it has everything I want, pretty much. Urban life and nature with gentle weather.
Depends on what you're looking for. Toronto is very urban and metropolitan, fast paced and the economic hub of CanadaMontreal has a unique culture, more European than North American. Francophone.Vancouver is best known for its relaxed, outdoorsy lifestyle and gentle climate. Calgary is an economic powerhouse and has the highest salaries in Canada, and is near mountains. Other cities also have their own charms. Ottawa is a smaller, relaxed city. Edmonton and Winnipeg are better bypassed. Victoria feels like a British outpost, and Halifax is possibly the friendliest city on earth. Kitchener-Waterloo is big enough to have urban amenities but still quite small, and very close to Toronto.
Since I've lived in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver over the years after being born on PEI I can tell you that each of those mentioned have their good and bad points. Like some have stated, it depends on what you want. When it came time to buy a home and raise our 3 boys I chose Moncton area in New Brunswick and haven't regretted it for a second. Homes are affordable, some of the nicest beaches within easy drives, some great schools in the area, a relatively low violent crime rate, few gangs, hospitals ranked consistently at or near the top in after care. The city itself was #1 in friendliest in Canada in a Reader's Digest Poll last year. Lots of room to grow and while the area may not have a glut on high paying jobs, there is work here and with houses still selling for under 100,000.00, an affordable mortgage is within even a minimum wage earners reach. Check out mls.ca and see housing prices for yourself and tourism N.B. sites for attractions. Easy days drive to Montreal, Toronto, New York City, Boston, Philadelphia(long days). Nothing wrong with any of the first cities I mentioned but with homes out of reach of many, this area is a great place to start or finish.