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You might look to the 2016 ranking of the “Best Places to Live for New Canadians” by MoneySense, a Toronto-based personal finance website. To compile the list, it studied 219 Canadian cities and towns and ranked them on different parameters of well-being, including work-life balance, financial wealth, employment opportunities, walkability, access to public transit and medical facilities, and quality of the environment.

Estimated unemployment rate: 5.1%

Immigrants as a percentage of the population: 9%