By any measure – health, education, housing or income – Canadians are far better off than residents of the developing world. But they’re also better off than many of the planet’s richest countries, according to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development’s latest quality-of-life assessment, released last month. In a comparison of 11 wellbeing indicators in 36 countries, Canada placed sixth, behind top-ranking Australia and third-place US. Norway, Sweden and Denmark also finished ahead of Canada. Click here for the full Globe and Mail article.
Angela Calla, AMP
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