If you’re looking for a place to live in Ontario but don’t want to miss out on the French speaking world of Quebec (never mistake it for being yet another province), London’s your place. Bordering Quebec and lying on the Southwestern tip of Ontario, London is another small city with a population of around 300,000. But that’s not the only noticeable thing about the city’s location. London is located at the junction of the Highway 401 and 402, connecting it to Toronto and Windsor. Within the city, you’ll find the University of Western Ontario and dozens of world-class hospitals and research centers. In fact medical research, insurance, manufacturing, and IT are the main drivers of London’s economy. Imagine living in a city that feeds on research! In addition to its vibrant economy, London offers its residents loads of places for sports, fitness, and recreation. The city also has an airport to boast. All things considered, London surely deserves to be in this list of best places to live in Ontario.
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