Canada has 3 of the world’s most liveable cities in 2022

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The annual ranking of the world’s most liveable cities has been released by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) — and Canada was the biggest winner in 2022’s Global Liveability Index, with three of its cities nabbing a spot in the top 10.

Toronto and Vancouver might have the spotlight when it comes to well-known Canadian cities, but it turns out Calgary is the best place to live – at least this year.

The ranking rates 172 cities around the world on over 30 factors, including access to health care, amount of green space, cultural and sports activities, crime rates and infrastructure.

Each year the list typically has many North America and western European cities claiming top honours, and this year is no exception. Vienna, Austria claimed the top spot, followed by Copenhagen, Denmark. Zurich, Switzerland and Calgary tied for third spot. Vancouver followed just behind, claiming the fifth position.

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