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View Poll Results: Which city would be the best to live in?
Victoria 0 0%
Vancouver 2 16.67%
Somewhere else in B.C. 0 0%
Calgary 0 0%
Toronto 2 16.67%
Somewhere else in Ontario 0 0%
Montreal / Quebec 3 25.00%
New York 0 0%
Los Angelos 1 8.33%
Somewhere else in California 1 8.33%
Hawaii 2 16.67%
Seattle 1 8.33%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 12. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 05-26-2007, 10:25 AM
Location: Alberta
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I am in my mid twenties, educated (accounting field), would definetly prefer a warm temporate climate but can deal with cold climate as long as it doesn't last too long, would prefer if the housing doesn't cost too much although I'll probably start by renting, Asian decent but I was born in Canada and it doesn't matter too much who I hang out with but would prefer atleast some Asian people there, should have a decent nightlife or atleast things that young people do on weekends at night, English is the main language I speak, although not neccessary, having a cultural ambience would be a nice thing to have, friendly people is definetly important, and I'm single so I guess a place with friendly attractive girls would be another bonus lol.

I was largely deciding between B.C., Ontario, and California. I tried listing out the pros and cons but couldn't conclude which was better. It doesn't help that I haven't really lived in any of them, so any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 05-26-2007, 01:14 PM
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Well I would say Calgary would be a good choice for a single guy except for the fact you mentioned the housing costs. Calgary is insanely expensive but then again I imagine New York is too. If you want a lot of Asian, Vancouver or Victoria might be a good choice. Vancouver is like the Hong Kong of Canada....lol lol When we were there it seemed fairly young too so I imagine the nightlife would be pretty good. The climate in Vancouver is also quite a bit more temperate than other parts of Canada.
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