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Gastos ng mga naninirahan sa Canada: Canadian lungsod ay nag-aalok ng magandang halaga para sa mga expat

Isinumite ng sa Hulyo 12, 2011 – 8:22 saIsa Puna

Toronto's Eaton CentreIs it chea­per to live in Luan­da, Ango­la or Toron­to, Kanada?

If you gues­sed Luan­da, you’d be wrong.

Accor­ding to the Mer­cer 2011 Cost of Living Sur­vey, an annual ran­king of more than 200 cities across five conti­nents, Luan­da is the most expen­sive city in the world to live, fol­lo­wed by Tokyo, N’D­ja­me­na (Chad),ÂMos­cow, andÂGene­va.

In Cana­da, Toron­to ay ang pinakamataas na gastos ng pamumuhay, but world­wide, it ran­ked #59, making it far chea­per than cities like Sin­ga­pore (#8), Syd­ney (#14), and Shan­ghai (#21).

Among major Cana­dian cities, Van­cou­ver fol­lo­wed Toron­to at #65, Mon­treal ay #79, at Cal­ga­ry dumating sa sa #96.

What was Cana­da’s least expen­sive city? Otta­wa, the nation’s capi­tal, which ran­ked #114.

The Mer­cer sur­vey com­pa­red the cost of over 200 mga item sa bawat lungsod, inclu­ding hou­sing, trans­port, pagkain, clo­thing, hou­se­hold goods, and enter­tain­ment. Maaari mong read more about the sur­vey on the Mer­cer web­site.

Toron­to Eaton Centre pho­to ©Carolyn B. Heller

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  • Zhu sabi ni:

    The results don’t sur­prise me, Otta­wa is indeed a rela­ti­ve­ly cheap place to live in, espe­cial­ly for a natio­nal capital.