Ontario is located in east-central Canada, and is the most populous of all the provinces, with around 12 million people calling this area their home.
It is also the 2nd largest province in Canada.
Today, there are over 100 languages spoken in homes throughout the province, though 70% of the population speak English.
Ontario offers quality, government-funded education to its residents from Kindergarten until the end of their secondary school career.
Though Ontario has high taxes and living costs, their high salaries ensure that residents enjoy one of the highest quality of life rankings in the world.
Besides being Canada’s main economic hub, Ontario is also known for its natural diversity, including vast forests, beautiful provincial parks, four of the five Great Lakes and the world-famous Niagara Falls.
Complementing this natural diversity is a cultural diversity that is the product of high levels of immigration combined with a society that embraces multiculturalism and tolerance.
Ontario’s cities attract artists, entertainers, and intellectuals from around the world.
Picking the right place to live could be a bit tricky. From a flourishing economy to great outdoor opportunities, Ontario has so much to offer.
Here is a look at the 10 best places to live in Ontario:
10. Toronto. (best for tech jobs, entertainment, education, retiree)
9. Oakville. (safe, best for family)
8. Hamilton. (best for family, education)
7. Peterborough. (entertainment, outdoor activities)
6. Niagara on the Lake. (best small town)
5. Collingwood. (best for outdoor activities)
4. Elliot Lake. (best for retiree)
3. Windsor. (low cost of living, safe environment, near the USA)
2. Burlington. (safe, amenities)
1. Ottawa. (best for tech jobs, education)
We focus on statistics like real estate prices, average monthly income, and crime rate, and more.
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(This article is an opinion based on facts and is meant as infotainment)
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