In a new report of most desirable cities to move to, Toronto and Montreal don’t make the cut. Instead, cities such as Calgary and St. John’s get top honours for superior cultural, economical and educational attributes

(Source: Globe and Mail)

Forget Montreal and Toronto – they have the size but not the sizzle.

An unvarnished assessment of Canada’s cities has selected six as the most attractive to move to, and they don’t include the country’s two biggest.

It gives top honours – an “A” grade – to an eclectic assortment of urban areas: Calgary, Ottawa, Vancouver, St. John’s, Waterloo, Ont., and the Toronto suburb of Richmond Hill.

Read Martin Mittelstaedt’s full article “For Canadian cities, big isn’t always best” in the Globe and Mail (January 13, 2010).

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