2 Canadian Cities Just Ranked High On The List Of Healthiest Places In The Entire World

One Canadian city just ranked as one of the healthiest on the planet and another wasn't far behind! 

Vancouver cracked the top 10 list of cities in the world where people have an outstanding overall lifestyle, according to Lenstore U.K's Healthy Lifestyle Cities Report 2021.

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The report looked at 44 cities in the world in order to identify where exactly individuals could live a "well-rounded healthy lifestyle."

According to the report, many people want to take better care of themselves in 2021. Perhaps a change in scenery and environment could do just the trick. 

"Fitness and diet are not the only measurements of healthiness - although they do play a big part. Sometimes it’s about our surrounding environment, as well as lifestyle choices," the report read.

Of the mix, Vancouver came in at number 10 of 44 cities.

Toronto also made the list, sitting at number 15.

Amsterdam came in at number one with cities like Sydney, Vienna, Stockholm, Copenhagen taking the other top spots.

Canada has been making waves globally too after beating out the U.S for its global passport power.

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Schools were ranked based on the UN's goals for sustainable development.

A new ranking of the best universities in the world for global impact named three Canadian institutions as top schools.

The Times Higher Education Impact Rankings assessed universities from all over the world based on the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, which include no poverty, zero hunger, gender equality, sustainable cities and communities, climate action and more.

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Recovery benefits and EI regular benefits were recently extended.👇💰

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In a tweet on Monday, April 19, Employment and Social Development Canada reminded everybody that some benefits have recently been extended so that Canadians can get paid for even longer.

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Every year, U.S. News & World Report releases its ranking of the best countries in the world, and the United States may have ranked lower than you'd expect for 2021.

The organization ranks every country based on a variety of factors including adventure, agility, cultural influence, entrepreneurship, heritage, movers, business, power, quality of life, and social purpose.

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