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proman99

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Toronto or Vancouver - where to live?
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oscarh_17

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I like it in Toronto better.
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princessnissa

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From speaking with several Canadians in my job, I believe Toronto would seem like a better place to live if you are young and single, or young and newlywed.
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toronto definitely. just cause i live there. just keep away from jane and finch
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Im living in Vancouver now and considering moving to Toronto. The only reason why I began considering staying in Vancouver after my University program ended, was that that around May , after 8 month of polar night (no sun) and almost almost daily showers (no exaggeration) this ugly caterpillar has transformed into a mindblowing beautiful butterfly (for want of a better metaphor): a sunny green spectacular beach resort. But this wont last, soon it'll be back to non-stop rain. Add to that that housing in downtown is the most expensive in all of Canada, and that jobs are mainly in the service or small manufacturing, forestry or mining industries. Vancouver's Public transit is good but not as good as Toronto and more expensive, while traffic in general is less of a problem in Vancouver. Vancouver all in all is more of a glorified holiday resort really, where rich retirees come to enjoy the money they made elsewhere, the middle class struggles to survive rising rental or mortgage expenses, and a staggeringly large demographic segment of outcasts, junkies, homeless people and other vermin is congregating in the downtown area streets, somewhat tarnishing the idylle that could have been Vancouver. The people are laid back, and there is great emphasis on 'work-life balance' which is a euphemism for slacking.
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