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Toronto Ranked #1 Best City In The World To Live

The Economist showing The Six some love!
Toronto Ranked #1 Best City In The World To Live

2015 has come to an end, so it only makes sense that now is the best time for The Economist to release their annual "Safe Cities Index 2015," a list of the safest cities to live in based on a variety of categories.

And guess who came in first? WE DID.

Yup, Toronto was named the the safest metropolis to live in in the entire world. A wide variety of factors were taken into account for the “best place to live” rankings, including the cost of living, business environment, democracy, and safety, among many others.

So who came in second? Montreal! Canada seems to be dominating this year.

Now go ahead and hold your head up high today as you walk through the streets of the city said to be the best place to live in the entire planet.

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