Where should I live in Canada? That is a question that many immigrants ask and which Macleans magazine helped to answer in a report it posted in August 2019. More than 400 towns and cities in Canada were evaluated according to their economy and wealth; affordability; population; taxes; commute; crime; weather; healthcare; amenities; and culture. Burlington, Ontario, was rated as the overall best city to live in Canada during 2019 and the #1 location to raise families. In regards to immigrants moving to Canada, the town of Grimsby, Ontario, was considered to have the highest standard of living in Canada and was ranked #2 overall. Toronto, which is the largest city in Ontario and Canada, came in first place for access to healthcare. If you are looking for a place to live in Canada that has the best weather, you may want to move to Summerland, British Columbia. One of the most helpful features of this online report is the ability to compare the rankings of Canadian towns and cities based on each of the 10 categories that were used in the evaluation. This could make it easier for immigrants to find the Canadian towns and cities that have the best ratings for the categories that are most important to them. To read more, click here!