Winnipeg Has Been Ranked One Of The Best Places To Live In Canada

You'll never expect the places that Winnipeg beat in the rankings for "Best Places To Live In Canada". We rank 45 out of the 417 included communities which put us above a lot of amazing places, some of which are totally unexpected! We topped you this time Toronto and Vancouver, sorry not sorry!

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Winnipeg's top features in comparison to the other communities is our economy, transit friendliness, and healthcare. The number one spot goes to Ottawa though for being ranked as the best place to live in Canada. The report was put together by MoneySense and you can view the full list here. Let's see if you guessed any of these 15 places that Winnipeg beat in the rankings!

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Toronto, ON

The one and only Toronto! Canada's largest city with the famous CN tower.

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Montréal, QC

Canada's most popular french Canadian city! Also the 2nd most populated city in the country.

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Calgary, AB

The home of the famous Calgary Stampede! Calgary is also the 4th most populated places in Canada.

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Edmonton, AB

Following right behind Calgary is Edmonton. They are the 5th most populated cities in Canada and home of the giant West Edmonton Mall.

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Vancouver, BC

Canada's west coast heaven! Vancouver is the countries 3rd most populated city and boarders the beautiful mountains and ocean.

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Whistler, BC

One of the best places to ski and snowboard in the whole world! The mountains and lakes make it an amazing getaway.

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Victoria, BC

Victoria is the biggest city on Vancouver island. It is right on the southern end of the island closest to the U.S.

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Nanaimo, BC

Nanaimo is one of the other main cities on Vancouver Island. It is right on the east coast of the island and one of the main ferry stops.

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Kelowna, BC

Kelowna is known for being part of the Okanagan Valley. It's known for it's amazing wineries and fruit orchards.

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Kamloops, BC

Kamloops is another B.C. city that's popular for it's wildlife and hiking. The area also has hoodoos which are crazy rock formations.

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Niagara Falls, ON

The world famous Niagara Falls! The city boarders the U.S. with only a bridge between the water separating the countries.

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Saskatoon, SK

Saskatoon is a small city with a very cute downtown! It's the 2nd largest city in Saskatchewan following Regina.

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Kenora, ON

Kenora is in beautiful Lake Of The Woods. It's mostly cabins and a boating town with all the nearby islands.

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Halifax, NS

Halifax is one of the most popular cities in the Maritimes. It's a port city where you can watch the big boats come in from across the ocean.

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Cape Breton, NS

Cape Breton is a beautiful island on the east coast! It is a popular tourist destination and known for it's ocean side cliffs, whale watching and more.

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