The Happiest Places to Live in Canada for 2022
Many provinces in Canada offer a happy life. The life satisfaction rating released earlier this year confirmed the top happiest places to live in Canada.
Topping the list are Newfoundland and Labrador. According to Canadian statistics, these provinces had a rating of 61.7%. This record was beyond the average for Canada, which was 51.7%. Since Newfoundland and Labrador boast of the highest life satisfaction, they are, thus, the happiest places to live in Canada.
Canadian Visa Professionals reported that the survey on life satisfaction was based on some important parameters. These parameters are health, the impacts of COVID-19, and activities. Other factors checked are well-being, emergency preparedness and the use of time.
Other Provinces in Canada with Hope of Happy Life
On the life satisfaction rating, Prince Edward Island was the next province after Newfoundland and Labrador. This province had a record of 59.7%. After it was Quebec, New Brunswick, Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan. These provinces had 58.7%, 56.8%, 56.1%, 52.2% and 51.2%, respectively.
Canadian Visa Professionals reported that Nova Scotia, Ontario and British Columbia were provinces with a smaller proportion of residents reporting high life satisfaction. The records for these provinces were 49.9%, 48.4% and 46.5%, respectively.
High Life Satisfaction in Canada According to Gender
The high life satisfaction for men living in Canada during the first quarter of 2022 was 52.6%, while it was 44.5% for last year’s second quarter. For females, it was 50.8% this year and 39.5% last year. Thus, Canada is a happy place to move to as an immigrant.