Three Canadian cities are among the world’s top five most liveable cities.
Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary made The Economist magazine’s 2012 list released earlier this week.
The survey ranks 140 cities based on a number of factors, including health care, stability, culture and environment, education and infrastructure — with a score of up to 100.
Vancouver was the highest-ranked Canadian city, coming in third with an overall score of 97.3; Toronto came in fourth at 97.2, and Calgary tied for fifth place with Adelaide, Australia, at 96.6.
Read more at The Globe and Mail.