Toronto has been named the 7th most liveable city in the world.
The Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual Global Liveability Report has been released, ranking global cities on the concept of “liveability.” According to the report, this means it assesses which locations around the world provide the best and worst living conditions.
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Austria’s capital of Vienna ranked as the world’s most livable city for the second year in a row, topping the list with nearly perfect scores for stability, culture and environment, education and infrastructure, and healthcare.
Vienna was followed by Melbourne, Sydney, and Osaka respectively.
Toronto’s ranking didn’t change from 2018, with the Big Smoke coming in one spot behind Vancouver, with an overall score of 97.2. Calgary ranked as the top Canadian city on the list, placing fifth.
Of the five main categories, Toronto received a score of 100 for stability, 100 for healthcare, 97.2 for culture and environment, 100 for education, and 89.3 for infrastructure.
So if you’re calling Toronto, Vancouver, or Calgary home, you can easily say you’re living in one of the best cities in the world, once again.
The world’s most livable cities 2019
- Vienna, Austria
- Melbourne, Australia
- Sydney, Australia
- Osaka, Japan
- Calgary, Canada
- Vancouver, Canada
- Toronto, Canada
- Tokyo, Japan
- Copenhagen, Denmark
- Adelaide, Australia
The world’s least livable cities 2019
- Damascus, Syria
- Lagos, Nigeria
- Dhaka, Bangladesh
- Tripoli, Libya
- Karachi, Pakistan
- Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
- Harare, Zimbabwe
- Douala, Cameroon
- Algiers, Algeria
- Caracas, Venezuela