Canada Provinces with the Highest Life Satisfaction
The survey data of Statistics Canada revealed the life satisfaction rating for Canada. The rating reported earlier this year revealed Newfoundland and Labrador as Canada’s highest life satisfaction provinces.
The survey data that revealed this rating is drawn from the Canadian Social Survey. The survey collects data on some factors from people aged 15 and above. This data collected every three months rates factors such as well-being, the use of time, emergency preparedness, health and the impacts of COVID-19.
Canadian Visa Professionals reported that the survey shows that 61.7% of people in Newfoundland and Labrador experience high life satisfaction. The record exceeds the Canadian average, which is 51.7%.
Details about Life Satisfaction Rating in Other Provinces in Canada
After Newfoundland and Labrador topped the list, Prince Edward Island followed with a rating of 59.7%. The ratings for Quebec, New Brunswick, Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan are 58.7%, 56.8%, 56.1%, 52.2% and 51.2%, respectively.
The Canadian Visa Professionals reported that some provinces had smaller residents with high life satisfaction. The provinces are Nova Scotia (49.9%), Ontario (48.4%) and British Columbia (46.5%).
Life satisfaction is measured on a scale of 0-10. Figure 0 means very dissatisfied, while 10 denotes “very satisfied.” Generally, the ratings are subdivided into three. These ratings are 0-5, 6-7 and 8-10.
Canada's Provinces Exhibit High Life Satisfaction Rating
The report on the Life Satisfaction Rating in Canada proves that the country is a happy place to settle. Many of its provinces boast of high life satisfaction, with Newfoundland and Labrador topping the list. Based on this factor, you have many options for provinces to settle in as a newcomer in Canada.