Vancouver tops world rankings for liveability, eco-friendliness, well-being and more – and it’s easy to see why, with a buzzing arts scene, beautiful nature in the mountains to the north and Pacific to the west, a booming job market and welcoming attitude to newcomers. Discover the best places to buy a Vancouver home in our area guide.
Thinking of buying a holiday home in Canada and want to know where the top places are? In this guide we highlight the ten best spots to buy a holiday home in this wonderful country. They have been selected based on their investment opportunities as well as visitor appeal for features such as natural scenery, adventure hot spots, luxury escapes and city culture.
The three Prairie Provinces of Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan represent a 2,000 km stretch of land sandwiched between British Columbia and Ontario. Fabulous cities, stunning scenery and employment opportunities combine to make them an increasingly popular destination for people moving to Canada.
Halifax, Nova Scotia, is about five hours by plane from London – about the same as Halifax, Yorkshire, by car! This small province is slowly becoming more and more popular among British property buyers, and it’s easy to see why: pretty, historic towns, a clean and unspoilt environment, welcoming locals, a wealth of activities and all just a medium-haul flight back to the UK! So, if you’re thinking of buying a house in Nova Scotia, find out what’s life like here and where the best places to live are in this week’s column.