Ontario has some of the most beautiful placesin the world. It is a province known for its high qualityof life. The crime rate across Ontario is also lowercompared to other places. Picking the right place to live could be abit tricky. From a flourishing economy to great outdooropportunities, Ontario has so much to offer. Here’s our list of the 10 best places to livein Ontario: 

10. Toronto. Toronto is one of the most multicultural citiesin the world, making life in Toronto a wonderful multicultural experience for all. Toronto is a wonderful place to bring up kids– it’s safe, clean, and offers them the opportunity to experience so many culturesin their everyday life. Home to about 40% of Canada’s business headquarters,including the country’s largest banks, Toronto is the center of many of Canada’sindustries, and therefore it offers many economic opportunities to new arrivals.Living in Toronto, particularly anywhere neardowntown, can be expensive. Fortunately, wages in Toronto are also quitegood across the spectrum. Overall, the crime rates are low comparedwith many North American cities. 

9. Oakville. A vibrant and impressive community withinthe Greater Toronto Area, Oakville is a pretty town, with lots of charm, beautiful homes,excellent schools, and offers quiet family living. Though Oakville is not a cheap place to live,its residents earn the 10th highest average household income in the country,making the town relatively affordable despite seeming like a place only the very rich canenjoy. And most importantly, all of the public secondaryschools are in the top 20% of schools in Ontario. 

8.Hamilton. Hamilton is strategically located betweenToronto and New York. This offers a great opportunity to explorethe cultures of two countries in a matter of minutes without the high cost of city living. All you need to benefit from the two giantmetropolises is just an hour’s drive. In addition to charming neighborhoods anda fantastic landscape, Hamilton has all you need to live: a medical university, museums,a high employment rate, and much more. 

7. Peterborough. Peterborough, a small city of around 80,000people, is quite a big attraction since it implies tranquility, serenity, and peace. The community is vibrant, the natural beautyis breathtaking and the people are genuine. Whether you choose to live footsteps fromdowntown or on a serene lake, the cost of living throughout the Peterboroughis more affordable than in other urban and suburban areas in the province. 

6. Niagara on the Lake. Although home prices in this town continueto climb, well-sized properties are still within reach for many families. Many residences are surrounded by lush parks,tree-lined streets, and don’t forget the Niagara river is close by too. If you’re looking for a country-like lifestylethat’s not too far from city amenities, Niagara-on-the-Lake is your best choice,a picturesque setting just an hour-and-a-half drive from Canada’s largest city. 

5. Collingwood. If you’re tired of traffic congestion andthe busy life of the city. And you want to enjoy more recreational hiking,cycling, fishing, kayaking, skiing or snowshoeing. Collingwood is a great place for you. There are many events throughout the year. Many festivals, including one of the world’slargest Elvis festivals, bring visitors to Collingwood in search of a good time. Hiking, golfing, horseback riding, fishing,rock climbing, and dog sledding are just a few of the many outdoor activities that residentsand visitors enjoy in Collingwood. 

4. Elliot Lake. Nestled in beautiful northern Ontario, theCity of Elliot Lake appeals to outdoor enthusiasts seeking leisure and a slower pace of life. With the presence of a first-class hospital,access to a continuum of care, and a low crime rate,Elliot Lake is an affordable place to retire, a place that is beautiful, friendly and wherenature is just steps from your front door. 

3. Windsor. Windsor is located right on the Canada-USAborder, you have the advantage of living in a medium city,with the safety and security this provides, while you can play in a major American city. And the unemployment rate in this city isamong the lowest in the country. And most importantly, Windsor has some ofthe lowest home prices of any mid-sized city in Canada. 

2. Burlington. Located within an hour of Toronto & NiagaraFalls, Burlington offers a balanced combination of urban fun and quiet family living. Many quiet neighborhoods are home to families,retirees, young professionals and everyone else in between. With many elementary and secondary schools,your children will have plenty of opportunities when it comes to education. 

1. Ottawa. Ottawa is a vibrant and youthful city, withtwo large universities dominating the city center: University of Ottawa and CarletonUniversity. As the capital city, it boasts beautiful architecture,a bustling downtown core, and a diverse range of interesting neighborhoods. The city is known for offering a standardof living, and an employment rate that is one of the highest in all of North America. More importantly, all this excellent lifestylecomes without the usual rate of crime. Thanks for watching the video, and see younext time.