As global instability grows, Canadian cities still among most livable: report

The Economist Intelligence Unit assigns rankings based on education, health care, security, infrastructure

Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary are numbers 3, 4 and 5 on a list of the world's most livable cities, rankings unchanged from last year despite growing global instability affecting other nations' positions.

The Economist Intelligence Unit released its annual livability index on Thursday, and the top five countries match last year's list: Melbourne, Australia, at number 1, followed by Vienna, Vancouver and Toronto, with Calgary and Adelaide, Australia, tied for fifth.

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