Moving to a new city can be tough, especially with kids involved. But, this list of the most family-friendly cities in Canada can help you make the right choice.

Product and service review website Clever Canadian has released a ranking of Canada’s best cities for families, using a variety of indicators to score each city from highest to lowest.

The indicators include population, number of families with kids, unemployment rate, safety index, number of daycares, and number of parks.

The ranking also analyzes the average household income and monthly expenses, as well as median house prices and monthly daycare costs.

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In 1st place is Quebec City, which scored favourably for average household income, number of parks, and median house price.

Here are all of Canada’s most child-friendly cities, scored from highest to lowest:

  1. Quebec City.
  2. Ottawa
  3. Calgary
  4. Vancouver
  5. Edmonton
  6. Richmond
  7. Toronto
  8. Montreal
  9. Saskatoon
  10. Sherbrooke
  11. Longueuil
  12. Regina
  13. Halifax
  14. Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
  15. Winnigpeg
  16. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador
  17. Windsor
  18. Sydney
  19. Port Coquitlam
  20. Trois-Rivieres
  21. Brandon
  22. Sudbury
  23. Kelowna
  24. Abbotsford
  25. Kitchener
  26. Whitehorse
  27. Fredericton
  28. Moncton
  29. Charlottetown
  30. Guelph
  31. Brantford
  32. Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville
  33. St. Catharines
  34. Barrie
  35. Peterborough
  36. Red Deer
  37. Yellowknife
  38. Victoria
  39. Bathurst
  40. Thunder Bay
  41. Lethbridge
  42. Prince Albert
  43. Moose Jaw
  44. Langley
  45. White Rock
  46. Gibsons
  47. Owen Sound
  48. Oshawa
  49. Kingston
  50. Corner Brook
  51. Nanaimo

Now that you have the full list of the most family-friendly cities in Canada, you can feel confident about where you choose to settle down.