The Economist Intelligence Unit has released its annual Global Liveability Ranking for 2019. They considered 30 factors from five broad categories to generate this ranking namely, Stability, Healthcare, Culture, Environment, Education and Infrastructure. Among 140 cities in the world, they have recognized the top 10.
For the second year in a row, Vienna, Austria has been ranked the most liveable city in the world, according to The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). The Austrian capital had almost perfect scores for stability, culture and environment, education and infrastructure and health care.
Melbourne, Australia took the second-place spot. Australia has been top spot on the list for the sixth consecutive year in the past. Calgary is in the 4th spot, the best among Canadian cities followed by Vancouver in the 6th spot, down by 2 (previously 3rd and the best in Canada followed by Toronto (previously on 4th spot) All three Canadian cities also received the maximum score of 100 points for education, healthcare and stability.
This is great news for Australia and Canada since these 2 countries dominates this ranking. Their governments are doing something right for its people. Further developments and improvements are on the way for Canada’s government. Will we be seeing a Canadian City on the top of the list soon? We’ll see.