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Recommended Canadian Cities?
« on: April 27, 2017, 10:36:25 pm »
(This is partially for school and partially for my own life-knowledge)

So, my Health class is making us write up "15-year plans." Basically, they're supposed to cover where we see ourselves in 15 years and what we want our futures to be like (where we'll live, what jobs we want, etc.). The problem is, I'm pretty sure I might move to Canada when I'm older, but I'm not sure which city I'd want to live in.

Can anyone recommend some Canadian cities? I'd prefer ones that are in British Columbia and aren't super expensive to live in (Vancouver seems cool, however I'm not too sure about the living costs), but I'll still appreciate other recommendations as well.

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Re: Recommended Canadian Cities?
« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2017, 01:03:13 am »
well, Saskatoon is pretty good, lots of restaurants lol. but, the downside is in Saskatchewan there are no long distance buses and stuff
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Re: Recommended Canadian Cities?
« Reply #2 on: April 30, 2017, 05:04:24 pm »
Try looking up some Ontario cities. I'm biased because I live her of course but we do have some of the best most innovative places in the country. Toronto and Ottawa are the two you'll probably see the most about online but the cost of living in both is higher. If you like Toronto but not the price consider the GTA (greater Toronto area) there's some bigger cities like Mississauga around it that are cheaper and even smaller towns like Markam. If you go a bit farther away from Toronto you have Kitchener/Waterloo which is highly innovative in the fields of science and technology. Guelph has a great vet program at their university that they're known for (that's where Pidgeys vet is) but it's a nice city all around (Robert Much the author lives there). Cambridge, London and Barrie are some other popular ones you may want to look at. Great thing about most of these cities too is that they're within driving distance of Toronto

I can't recommend much out of the Provence though as I'm not familiar with other ones :fox-:P: I know quite a bit about Newfoundland and Labrador though it's pretty small and isolated so I doubt you want to live there. Also keep in mind that Quebec predominantly speaks French and while most of the bigger cities know French did the tourists a lot of the smaller ones still speak French

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Re: Recommended Canadian Cities?
« Reply #3 on: April 30, 2017, 08:21:30 pm »
Thank you both so much for the suggestions and information!  :fox-:):
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Re: Recommended Canadian Cities?
« Reply #4 on: November 19, 2018, 10:32:00 pm »
I'm in Canada myself and I would say stay away from the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) Because the land value in Toronto is becoming very bad lately and it's affecting its surrounding cities such as Hamilton. I'm only known to the eastern parts of Canada, so these are my personal suggestions

Charlottetown P.E.I
Charlottetown is near the centre of P.E.I so flooding is a lower risk, the tourism is very high in P.E.I, Mainly people from Asia, Activities are in abundance such as Swimming, and there is an annual country music festival.
Some cons: Very Cold in winter, Charlottetown is very busy.
See this for land prices https://www.point2homes.com/CA/Land-For-Sale/PE.html

Kingston ONT
Kingston was the original Capital of Canada making it also busy with tourists. when I visited Kingston it seemed that it had some very unique and old architecture. Some activities would be the 1000 Islands tour which consists of taking a boat ride through the 1000 islands and visit Boldt Castle.
Some cons: Humidity
See this for land prices:http://www.espacelistings.com/land-for-sale/Kingston/62/1/6/english/

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