Step aside, Toronto!
If you've been dreaming of studying in one of the best student cities in Canada, there's apparently only one place you should be heading to.
Educational consulting company Studee has ranked Canada's most student-friendly cities, based on factors like tuition fees, the cost of rent and the number of young people living in the city, as well as things like access to vegan food, crime statistics and the cost of beer!
One province, in particular, came out on top, with four out of the top five cities located in Quebec alone. This includes Montreal, Rouyn-Noranda, Trois-Rivières and Quebec City.
The only non-Quebec city to be ranked in the top five was Charlottetown in P.E.I. It joined Brandon, Edmonton, St. John's, Vancouver and Calgary in the overall top 10.
Toronto, home of the globally renowned University of Toronto, came in at eleventh on the list.