City of North Vancouver has been ranked among Canada’s best small cities. CNV gained the six spot in a list of 25 cities in the country that were ranked as the best place to live and work.
The inaugural ranking of Canadian cities was released last week by Resonance, the consultancy firm that has previously ranked 100-top performing cities in the world.
Resonance Consultancy ranked Canada’s best small cities, municipalities with populations of less than 200,000, by using a combination of statistical performance and qualitative evaluations by locals and visitors in 32 areas grouped into six core categories. Those six categories are: Place, product, programming, people, promotion and prosperity.
“The gateway into Vancouver’s North Shore is as naturally epic as it is coveted globally,” says the report. “The city with the smallest population in our top 25 has some of the biggest natural attributes of any city—large or small—in Canada. And, increasingly, urban ones, too.”
The proximity to Downtown Vancouver, biking culture, and air quality were other factors that propelled CNV to the list of 25 places to work, invest and live in Canada right now.
Victoria was ranked as Canada’s best small city, followed by Kelowna and Kingston in this report.
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