When searching for a place to move into as a new Canadian, what makes some cities better than others? Jobs that pay well and low unemployment rates are definitely factors to pay attention to, as well as a reasonable average rent price for housing. Strong diversity is a plus too, making it easier for you to find communities that are of interest to you and make new connections. All these things could spell success for a newcomer in Canada!

Finding a city with all three of these conditions could feel like finding a needle in a haystack, but a list from MoneySense compiles the top ten Canadian places for new immigrants in 2017.

Do any of these sound like they might be your new home? Read the rest of the top ten list here.