Which Canadian City Should You Live In?

From the Rockies to the Maritimes, there's somewhere in Canada where you belong. Take this quiz to find our exactly where!

Thought Catalog
On Dec 3, 2015

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You Should Live In: Toronto

You Should Live In: Toronto

You're a forward thinking urbanite and you want to be where the action is! Toronto is the business, entertainment and arts hub of Canada and you don't want to miss out on a minute of it. Pack your bags and get ready to drink in the views from the top of the CN tower!

You Should Live In: Ottawa

You Should Live In: Ottawa

You're an upstanding Canadian citizen and you want to live in your nation's capital. Ottawa combines your love of beauty and nature with your fierce sense of Canadian pride. What more could one ask for in a city?

You Should Live In: Montreal

You Should Live In: Montreal

You're trendy, artistic and cutting edge - and you need a city that is just as vibrant as you are. Montreal offers an eclectic mix of charm, culture and nightlife - you're never bored in this colourful metropolis and for someone like you, that's important.

You Should Live In: Halifax

You Should Live In: Halifax

You want the charm of a small town with the convenience of a big city - enter Halifax. The Eastern provinces offer the perfect balance of friendly Canadian charm alongside urban convenience and opportunity. Spend the day fishing at sea, then venture into the city for a folk festival in the evening. You've got all the Canadian basics covered.

You Should Live In: Vancouver

You Should Live In: Vancouver

You're open, outdoorsy and adventurous. You want to take in the beauty of the Rockies by day, but come home to a thriving metropolis at night. The West Coast is the best coast for you!

You Should Live In: Whitehorse

You Should Live In: Whitehorse

The great outdoors are calling and you have no choice but to go. You want to get off the beaten path and explore the true beauty of the Canadian wild - and the Northern territories offer the opportunity to do just that. Rest your wandering feet in Whitehorse between hiking and camping adventures. You only need a few days of modern amenities before you're ready to head back to the wild.