10 best cities in British Columbia to live in

People know Canada as a great country for many different reasons. As we all know that it is second largest country of the World after Russia. It has a low literacy rate, considered as the most educated countries in the World. More than half of its people have a college degree. Canada has been gifted by many natural reserves, especially water. It has the largest number of lakes than any other country of the World. The fact is true that lakes in Canada are even more in number than the lakes combined of the rest of the World. Canadian happy faces love a lot of things, especially cheese. In fact, Canadian is said to be the largest cheese consumers in the World. Beside other games that Canadians play, basketball is the one that is invented by a Canadian, Dr. James Naismith.

10 Best Cities to live in British Columbia

You have learned some facts about Canada, but this article is not about facts, you also need to know about the best cities to live in Canada. Being the second biggest country, I am narrowing down the topic, and we will be discussing about some of the best cities to live in British Columbia. In the next headings, you will learn about a few best places or cities where you make your home in British Columbia.

1. Fort St. John

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Average household income (15%): $126,850

Income growth (30%): 27.3%

Average income, 35 and under (15%): $105,086

Population growth (10%): 7.4%

Unemployment (10%): 5.5%

People with degrees (20%): 9.4%

Score (100%): 71.8

Unarguably, Fort St. John is the best city to live in Canada. It offers everything to people to live a peaceful and opportune life. People enjoy a high household income and the employment rate is only 5.5%. Population of Fort St. John is mostly literate and many are holding a college degree from a high level institute. Moving to Fort St. John would be the best choice for any resident living in or outside of Canada.

2. Dawson Creek

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Average household income (15%): $96,902

Income growth (30%): 28.0%

Average income, 35 and under (15%): $69,276

Population growth (10%): 9.9%

Unemployment (10%): 5.5%

People with degrees (20%): 8.6%

Score (100%): 67.6

Dawson Creek is one of the best cities to live in Canada. The city provides people a high number of job opportunities. People enjoy both the hot weather and the cold weather seasons. Population growth is very low and people can easily buy houses of affordable prices in the Dawson Creek. Average income for any resident in the Dawson Creek is $69276, which is quite enough to live a happy life.

3. District of North Vancouver

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Average household income (15%): $130,035

Income growth (30%): 11.4%

Average income, 35 and under (15%): $114,078

Population growth (10%): 5.3%

Unemployment (10%): 6.1%

People with degrees (20%): 32.1%

Score (100%): 65.0

Loved by many people, District of North Vancouver is also a great Canadian city for home living. It is a great city for people looking for job and employment opportunities. People enjoy a lot of fun festivals in the city, especially the Caribbean Days Festival. There are many great places to visit in the city, including art galleries, museums, and national parks. Beautiful weather and landscape attract people to spend their life in this part of British Columbia.

4. Squamish

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Average household income (15%): $99,174

Income growth (30%): 16.5%

Average income, 35 and under (15%): $72,716

Population growth (10%): 10.4%

Unemployment (10%): 6.1%

People with degrees (20%): 15.9%

Score (100%): 63.5

People living in Squamish enjoy an average household income of $99,174. Just like other cities of British Columbia, population growth in Squamish is quite low. People are literate and mostly employed. There are many places to visit in Squamish especially the Alice Lake National Park.

5. Coquitlam

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Average household income (15%): $94,206

Income growth (30%): 11.5%

Average income, 35 and under (15%): $72,190

Population growth (10%): 8.3%

Unemployment (10%): 6.1%

People with degrees (20%): 25.1%

Score (100%): 60.3

Coquitlam is the sixth largest city of British Columbia. The average household income in the city is $94,206. People enjoy a huge number of employment opportunities. Steady income, nice weather, health, and education facilities make Coquitlam one of the best cities to live in British Columbia.

6. Langley

Average household income (15%): $107,591

Income growth (30%): 11.5%

Average income, 35 and under (15%): $92,254

Population growth (10%): 9.5%

Unemployment (10%): 6.1%

People with degrees (20%): 15.2%

Score (100%): 60.1

While talking about home moving, the city of Langley is also kept in high regards as many want to travel to the city. Starting a new life in Langley is a great thing, especially for foreigners. There are a large number of job opportunities. Population growth is low and people are well educated. Average household income is $107,591, a healthy income to enjoy a happy life.

7. Surrey

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Average household income (15%): $95,139

Income growth (30%): 11.6%

Average income, 35 and under (15%): $73,228

Population growth (10%): 10.9%

Unemployment (10%): 6.1%

People with degrees (20%): 16.8%

Score (100%): 59.1

Surrey offers people a lot of business and employment opportunities. Foreigners can rent houses at low prices. Most of the people of the city are well educated in different areas of literature. Beautiful landscape of Surrey magnetizes foreigners to move their home to the Surrey city.

8. Delta

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Average household income (15%): $108,061

Income growth (30%): 11.2%

Average income, 35 and under (15%): $88,946

Population growth (10%): 4.6%

Unemployment (10%): 6.1%

People with degrees (20%): 19.3%

Score (100%): 58.7

Delta is another best place to live in British Columbia. Like the other cities, abundant job opportunities are offered to the people living in the city. People will also enjoy a beautiful and healthy atmosphere, while living in the Delta city.

9. New Westminster

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Average household income (15%): $78,080

Income growth (30%): 11.6%

Average income, 35 and under (15%): $61,320

Population growth (10%): 8.8%

Unemployment (10%): 6.1%

People with degrees (20%): 23.8%

New Westminster is another great option for residency in British Columbia. The above merits show that people enjoy a happy household income of $78,080. You can keep New Westminster an option while choosing the next destination for your permanent or temporary residency.

10. Port Coquitlam

Average household income (15%): $100,569

Income growth (30%): 11.6%

Average income, 35 and under (15%): $79,326

Population growth (10%): 6.9%

Unemployment (10%): 6.1%

People with degrees (20%): 17.3%

Score (100%): 57.7

Last in the list of best cities to live in Canada is the Port Coquitlam city. Just like the above cities in the list, Port Coquitlam gives you the best facilities to live a happy and peaceful life in Canada.

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