10 Best Places to Retire in Canada:2021. Check Out No 3 and 1.

On: May 20, 2020
By: Abhishek Dey

Canadian seniors are generally more satisfied with their lives than those in younger age groups. Older Canadians are especially appreciative of their safety, the quality of their local environment and their personal relationships, but are generally less satisfied with their health, according to a Statistics Canada report. However, life satisfaction among Canadians also varies by metro area and ranges from 7.8 out of 10 in Vancouver, Toronto and Windsor, to 8.2 in St. John’s, Trois-Rivières and Saguenay, according to a Statistics Canada analysis of Canadian Community Health Survey and General Social Survey data about average life satisfaction from 2009 to 2013. Here’s where Canadians are the most likely to be satisfied with their current lifestyle.

10. Saguenay, Quebec

Saguenay is best known for its dramatic fjord leading into the St. Lawrence River, which can be enjoyed at Saguenay Fjord National Park. Residents of Saguenay rate their life satisfaction as an average of 8.2 out of 10, Statistics Canada found. Some 77.8% of Saguenay residents report their life satisfaction as 8 or higher, more than any other metro area in Canada. Only 8.6% of the survey respondents in Saguenay say their life satisfaction is 6 or lower.

Population: 146,000
Median Monthly Rent at Saguenay: $979

When it comes time to find a mortgage lender, there are a number of factors you’ll want to consider before making your decision. Maybe you’re looking for the lowest rates and fees, or perhaps you’re trying to find an online lender. The city and its surroundings are made up of lakes, rivers, hills and valleys, making it a peaceful place for a holiday destination. Plus, it is not as popular as other cities in Quebec, which adds to its charm. There are three boroughs in Saguenay, all of which have something to offer all. 

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