Balance of life: Lévis sits at the top in Canada

Balance of life: Lévis sits at the top in Canada
Balance of life: Lévis sits at the top in Canada

Lévis and Quebec are respectively the first two cities in Canada where it would be easier to find a life balance between work and personal life, according to a study.

A study published on May 15 by the specialized firm Point2 placed Lévis at the top, after comparing the 100 largest cities in the country. The analysts considered 30 indicators that included the health and well-being of citizens, livability, working hours, transportation, accessibility of public services, after-tax income and rent.

Lévis and Quebec obtained results of 69% and 67% respectively. The North Vancouver district ranks third. It is followed by the city of Burlington in Ontario.

The province of Quebec is well represented, since Blainville (5th), Trois-Rivières (7th), Laval (8th) and Granby (9th) are in the top 10 of the firm’s ranking

“The large cities of La Belle Province know how to find a balance,” said Point2. Thus, more than half of the ten best places to reconcile work and personal life are located in Quebec, Lévis comes out on top.”

“The good news is that approximately 95% of residents of all the Quebec cities analyzed say they are generally satisfied with their life,” added the firm.

The cities of Medicine Hat, Grande Prairie and Sarnia are the worst in Canada for having a good life balance in the 100 largest cities studied by the firm.

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