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Canada Has Officially Ranked #1 In The World For Best Quality Of Life

Our second year in a row of being the best!

When it comes to ranking #1 place in competitions, Canada is no stranger to taking the gold. We’ve always ranked very well of many different categories, but there’s nothing like being the best at something to really make Canadians feel proud of their country.

Well, you can definitely give yourself a pat on the back today, because once again Canada has made it to first place.


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"As the weather was uncertain that day, we decided to explore the Banff area. After roaming a few moments, we discovered this spot with people already waiting for the train! We decided to stay, and it ended being the best decision of the day. Even if it lasted a few minutes, the first seconds were very special: you hear the train coming from a distance and then, you finally see it in all it’s beauty! Ahhh it made my child’s heart so happy!” If you’re visiting the Banff and Lake Louise area, don’t miss a stop by Morant’s curve, on the western end of the Bow Valley Parkway. Find out when the next train is coming by to be treated to this experience! #ExploreCanada 📷: @eyes.abroad 📍: @banff_lakelouise, @travelalberta . « La météo étant incertaine ce jour-là, nous avons décidé d’explorer les environs de Banff. Après une brève errance, nous sommes tombés sur ce belvédère où plusieurs personnes attendaient déjà le passage du train. Choisir de patienter avec eux fut la meilleure décision de la journée! Le passage du train a duré quelques minutes, mais les premières secondes étaient particulièrement magiques : on entend le train arriver de loin… et il se dévoile enfin dans toute sa splendeur! Ça a réveillé mon cœur d’enfant! » Si vous visitez la région de Banff et de Lake Louise, ne manquez pas la « courbe de Morant », à l’extrémité ouest de la promenade de la Vallée-de-la-Bow. Pour vivre cette expérience unique, informez-vous des horaires des trains! #ExploreCanada 📷 @eyes.abroad 📍 @banff_lakelouise, @travelalberta . #MyBanff #ExploreAlberta

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U.S. News just released their “Countries With the Best Quality of Life” survey, which determined which countries would make the list by ranking each country’s job security, political stability, individual freedom, environmental quality, economic stability, family friendly, income equality, safety, well-developed public education system and well-developed public health system.

In reality, it’s no surprise that Canada not only made the list, but also ranked #1. In case you were wondering what other countries made the top 20 list for 2019, here you go:

  1. Canada
  2. Sweden
  3. Denmark
  4. Norway
  5. Switzerland
  6. Finland
  7. Australia
  8. Netherlands
  9. New Zealand
  10. Germany
  11. Belgium
  12. UK
  13. Japan
  14. Luxembourg
  15. Ireland
  16. France
  17. USA
  18. Singapore
  19. Portugal
  20. China
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Since its inauguration in November 2017, this Leonard Cohen mural, a tribute to the late singer, songwriter and poet, has been an icon of Montreal. This massive artwork, by muralists @mac_arte and @genependon, is located at 1420 Crescent Street, in the heart of downtown. Some of the best vantage points to see it include: the Mount Royal Observatory as well as the Glass Court of the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts (@mbamtl). As our own tribute to Cohen, we’d like to leave you with these famous words of his and invite you to share them with a friend : “There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in.” #ExploreCanada 📷 : @night.shotz 📍: @montreal, @tourismequebec . Depuis son inauguration en novembre 2017, cette murale de Leonard Cohen à la mémoire du chanteur, auteur-compositeur et poète disparu, est devenue un véritable symbole de Montréal. L’œuvre colossale, réalisée par les muralistes @mac_arte et @genependon, est située au 1420, rue Crescent, en plein centre-ville. L’observatoire du Mont-Royal et la verrière du Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal (@mbamtl) sont d’excellents endroits d’où la contempler. Nous rendons hommage à notre tour à ce grand artiste en vous invitant à partager avec un ami cette célèbre citation de Leonard Cohen : « There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in » (Il y a une faille en toute chose, c’est ainsi qu’entre la lumière). #ExploreCanada 📷 @night.shotz 📍 @montreal, @tourismequebec #MTLmoments #QuebecOriginal

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In case you weren’t already proud enough to be Canadian, you’ll be happy to know that our ranking on this list has not changed at all since the 2018 edition. Yes, this is our second year in a row of being the country with the best quality of life.

There’s no doubt that we’ll take first place once again next year. Until then, we can all celebrate living in the best country on Earth in 2019.

To take a look at more rankings on the U.S. News website, click HERE.

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