City Guides

Compare major Canadian Cities


Toronto City Guide

Thinking of moving to Toronto? The cosmopolitan city is full of culture and life, consistently ranked at the top of the world’s most livable and safe cities, it’s no wonder that over 2.5 million people choose to call Toronto home. It is currently North America’s fourth-largest city and one of its most diverse. Toronto’s motto ‘Diversity is our Strength’ rings true across the city, which is filled with commerce, cuisine, art, and culture from around the world.

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Ottawa City Guide

Oh, Canada! Living in the nation’s capital of Ottawa means you’ll be at the centre of some of the country’s hottest happenings. Looking for a rental in the city? Ottawa is a great place to live with a lot to offer. From its famed winter festival and over-the-top Canada Day celebrations to its job force and educational institutions, Ottawa packs a lot of value within its borders.

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Calgary City Guide

Combine a bit of country with a bit of cosmopolitan, and you get Calgary -- the largest city in Alberta. Life is pretty good here, with a strong economy (industries like oil, film, and energy thrive here) amazing entertainment, and a healthy rental market. In 2015, Calgary had the most millionaires per capita of any major Canadian city, and in 2017 the Economist Intelligence Unit named Calgary the 5th most livable city in the world -- so Calgary is a pretty good place to be.

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Montreal City Guide

If you’re looking for a taste of Europe within Canada’s borders, Montreal is the place for you! Canada’s second-most populated city (with just over 4 million residents) is full of diverse cultures and languages, and a beautiful mixture of history with modernity. If you’re a francophone, you’ll feel even more at home — Montreal is the 4th largest French-speaking city in the world.

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Edmonton City Guide

With a wide range of things to do and see in “Canada’s Festival City,” you’ll never get bored in Edmonton. Alberta’s capital is Canada’s 5th most populated city, with around 1 million people calling Edmonton home. Imagine a city where business is booming, culture is thriving, and lush nature is just steps from your front door — Edmonton has this and so much more.

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Vancouver City Guide

Vancouver is one of Canada’s most popular and populous cities, with a metropolitan population of 2.4 million people. Sitting on the Pacific coast, Vancouver’s warm, sunny summers and relatively mild winters help to create a city centred on the outdoors. Vancouverites are quite wellness-minded, and the city itself is one of the cleanest in the world. Taking public transportation, walking, or bike riding are all regular ways of getting around, keeping the city and its residents healthy.

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London City Guide

If you’re looking for a big-city feel with small-town heart, London, Ontario — Canada’s “Forest City” — is where you need to live. With tons to explore (and close enough to metropolises like Toronto and Detroit), London possesses great amenities at an affordable price.

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Kingston City Guide

Known as the city “where history and innovation thrive,” Kingston, Ontario finds interesting ways to highlight the past, present, and future. Formerly known as Cataraqui and now nicknamed “The Limestone City”, Kingston offers residents a wonderful place to live, work, and play. Renters, home buyers, entrepreneurs, and students all have made Kingston home, with no regrets.

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