Three Canadian cities ranked first in the worldwide liveability rating. Despite high living prices and an ongoing housing crisis, Vancouver, Calgary, and Toronto made the list of the top ten cities in the Economic Intelligence Unit survey.Vancouver was ranked fifth in the world, trailing Calgary, which was ranked seventh, and Toronto, which was ranked ninth. It received a perfect score on the healthcare index. Toronto also receives top grades for educational consistency. The top five cities were Vienna, Copenhagen, Melbourne, Sydney, and Vancouver.