The end of sanitary measures and the return to normal life have greatly improved the quality of life for everyone, so that three Canadian cities are among the 10 best places to live, according to the latest report published by the Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU). ).
With Vancouver, Calgary, and Toronto in the fifth, seventh, and ninth positions, Canada is the country with the most cities in the top ten, followed by Australia and Switzerland.
In the three major Canadian cities, there are stability scores “higher than last year, when these cities were affected by anti-vaccine demonstrations.”
In the past year, quality of life has increased significantly according to EIU data, especially in terms of health care and education, particularly in Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
After being dropped from the list last year following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Kyiv is back this year, rising to 165H It ranks 173. However, this is a low rank for the Ukrainian capital, due to its low stability and damaged infrastructure.