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Canadian Cities Cracked The Top 10 List For Most Liveable In The World

Three Canadian cities are among the best cities to live in the world, according to a new survey.  The #Global Liveability Index ranked 140 cities based on stability, health care, culture and environment, #education and infrastructure.

Calgary, Vancouver and Toronto received some of the highest scores for liveability out of 140 cities evaluated. Calgary came fifth, Vancouver ranked sixth and Toronto was in seventh place.

Austria’s capital city, Vienna, finished first on the list. Vienna scored full marks in areas such as stability, health care, education and infrastructure. Overall, it received a whopping 99.1 out of 100 percentage points, The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) annual survey found. In second place was Melbourne, Australia, with a score of 98.4, and Sydney was third, the EIU said. The only other European city to grace the top 10 list was Copenhagen, Denmark, which came in ninth place.

Other top-ranked cities were Osaka, which finished fourth, and Tokyo, which came in tied with Toronto for seventh. The 10 most liveable cities:
#Vienna, Austria
#Melbourne, Australia
#Sydney, Australia
#Osaka, Japan
#Calgary, Canada
#Vancouver, Canada
#Toronto, Canada
#Tokyo, Japan
#Copenhagen, Denmark
#Adelaide, Australia













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