Corner Brook, N.L. named best community for active living in Atlantic Canada
Tuesday, February 25, 2014, 11:03 AM -
If you love the great outdoors, there's a good chance you'll feel right at home in Cornerbrook, N.L.
That's according to a recent survey by Herald Magazine, which outlined the best places to live in Atlantic Canada.
The city boasts 42 kilometres of cross-country skiing trails, hiking, lots of places to swim and breathtaking scenery.
That's a lot to see and do for a city with only 20,000 residents.
The average Corner Brook house costs $205,291 -- which seems incredibly affordable when compared to southern Ontario, where the average home is going for $523,026 in the Toronto area.
Corner Brook isn't the only community that made the list: Stratford, PEI was voted best for retirement living, Saint John, N.B., is the place to be for information technology and Bridgewater, N.S. was voted the best community for young families.
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