Which Canadian province do you think im most suited to?

Im planning on moving to Canada for university and wonder (for talk sake) which province of Canada would suit me the best, depending on these things... -Somewhere with hot summers but cold winters. -Somewhere with less expensive housing prices -Somewhere with good education facilities -Somewhere near a large town -Somewhere with beautiful natural Canadian scenery -Somewhere not too populated, but not a slow-paced, quiet place -Somewhere with a low unempolyment rate -Somewhere with a Canadian culture i know i am probably asking too much of one place as each province does have its pros and cons, but which part of Canada do you think im most describing?

Asked By: Jenna - 8/19/2011
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Answered By: SteveN - 8/19/2011
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Answered By: MONSTA TRUCKS - 8/19/2011
Anywhere in Canada..
Answered By: thinkingtime - 8/19/2011
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Answered By: Über Kool - 8/19/2011
I would recommend the prairies (either Mantioba or Saskatechwan... More
Answered By: James Blackley - 8/19/2011
Some of these are highly vague or subjective. In addition, some of them don't make too much sense as a foreign student -- you can't work in Canada with a student visa, you probably aren't staying over the summer (classes generally run Sept-April), and you probably aren't buying a house as a student... More
Answered By: bw022 - 8/19/2011
Montreal would be perfect for you! Summers are beautiful, very hot, while winters are frigid, perfect for enjoying skating or skiing/snowboarding. We have 4 world-class universities (2 English, 2 French), including McGill, and Montreal is the 2nd-largest city in Canada. Housing is surprisingly affordable in Montreal... More
Answered By: JJ - 8/19/2011
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