2) Vancouver, British Columbia
The beautiful and livable city of Vancouver sits on the Pacific West coast of the country. Vancouver houses the largest port for exporting Canadian goods. As a province, British Columbia’s economy is on the rise and Vancouver has a lot to do with this. The biggest industries are exporting, biotechnology, alternative fuels, and software development. As a city, the vibe here is more laid back when compared to more hectic Toronto. Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Rocky Mountains to the east, Vancouver is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. Winters are mild, with warm and sunny summers, ensuring this scenic city can be enjoyed in all seasons. The population is around 600,000 and very diverse. The unemployed rate hovers around 5%. The only visible drawback? The very high cost of real estate – about $1,000,000 for the average home.
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