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pzabby 03-18-2012 09:24 PM

toronto vs montreal vs vancouver
 
Didn't know whether to put this in the podium or here.

Which would you say is a better city to live in for these age categories.

0-18:

18-30:

30-65:

65-beyond:

i'll start


0-18: vancouver because of the sheer outdoor advantages it has. It would be a kid's ultimate playground, a teen's ultimate sports thrill.

18-30: montreal: A European/modern city with a great nightlife, great population, great to be here when you're single.

30-65: vancouver/montreal: This is a tie because in vancouver's perspective nature is at your will to do family activities like camping, going to the beach, etc. In Montreal it is great because it's suburbs are a great place to raise a family, spread out, and your kids would be bilingual or trilingual, rather than unilingual or bilingual elsewhere.

65-beyond: I guess here it matters most where your family is but due to the climate advantage, vancouver. Imagine long walks along the beach, in a park, watching the sunshine set with your significant other, it'd be picturesque.. every day.

Nites 03-19-2012 02:53 AM

From November to mid April our climate is terribly depressing. If I had a chance I'd move down south especially if I was a senior.

Bill Haverchuck 03-19-2012 03:47 AM

There are a bunch of variables other than age that matter when picking a city. And lumping 30 year olds in the same category as 65 year olds....is...:police:

XiaominWu 03-19-2012 08:27 AM

I thought this was going to be a debate on who riots better. :face4:

Windex 03-19-2012 08:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by XiaominWu (Post 627949)
I thought this was going to be a debate on who riots better. :face4:

Vancouver... the leftist utopia :police:

fancylad 03-19-2012 08:56 AM

London (ON) would come in last place for that. What a joke that was on saturday.

Superjudge 03-19-2012 09:43 AM

Asking which city is best to live in is a trick question.

The city isn't what makes your life, how you live your life in a city is.

Moving to Vancouver isn't going to make a lazy, or over worked person into a tree climbing nature loving Extreme sportist, nor will the urban life of Toronto turn a Mountain climber into a club going party animal.

There are thousands of great things to do in each city, life is what you make it.

for me personal preference, I'm pretty sure I would be happier in Vancouver, but I like the Ontario North quite a bit too and how often do I make the effort to get there???

thought 03-19-2012 11:07 AM

i just know if i spoke french i would love to live in montreal. that city has a cool vibe to it that i can't really explain.

i've never been to vancouver but i'd love to go at some point, it really looks amazing. the skyline with the mountains has been the background on my work laptop for a couple months now.

jeffb 03-19-2012 11:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by thought (Post 627990)
i just know if i spoke french i would love to live in montreal. that city has a cool vibe to it that i can't really explain.

i've never been to vancouver but i'd love to go at some point, it really looks amazing. the skyline with the mountains has been the background on my work laptop for a couple months now.

I'm french and I'm not a big fan of Montreal. Not that I've been there a great deal but the times I've been I thought it was ok but that's about it. I will say this though, best damn strip clubs I've ever been to were in Montreal. Not that I give a shit about strip clubs anymore. Lol

fancylad 03-19-2012 11:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by thought (Post 627990)
i just know if i spoke french i would love to live in montreal. that city has a cool vibe to it that i can't really explain.

i've never been to vancouver but i'd love to go at some point, it really looks amazing. the skyline with the mountains has been the background on my work laptop for a couple months now.

+1.

having experienced all three:

Best thing about Montreal is the vibe like you say.

Best thing about Vancouver is the nature and the setting.

I'll always be a Toronto guy though. I guess because i know the ins and the outs (well the ones that work for me personally) it is the place for me.


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