Three Canadian cities have ranked among the top five places to live in the world, according to a report by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
The association, which is associated with the Economist magazine, ranks 140 cities in terms of quality of life – specifically looking at factors such as access to health care and security from terrorism or war.
The top city in the world to live was once again Melbourne, Australia. Vienna, Austria came second.
Three Canadian cities ranked in the top five – Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary ranked third, fourth and fifth, respectively.
Vancouver was top ranked for a decade until three years ago when Melbourne outranked it.
At the bottom of the list were Damascus, Syria and Karachi, Pakistan. London and New York ranked 55th and 56th, respectively.