Your Health and Where you Live

Money Sense magazine has just released its “Top 200 Places to Live in Canada” for 2013.  Apparently, where you live and corresponding environmental factors can directly impact your health.  Money Sense based their rankings on factors such as crime rate, property tax average, average income, weather, accessibility and others.  Check out the list to see how your city compares to other great spots in Canada. 

MoneySense:  Canada’s Best Places To Live 2013