Eager to dig deeper into happiness in Canada we ran our own research to reveal the towns and cities that are home to Canada’s happiest singles.
Based on anonymous user data collated from 45,000 Canadian men and women registered with Elite Singles, we examined how highly respondents ranked themselves when asked how happy they felt.
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There are a whole host of different variables that contribute to happiness, so naturally it’s a subject that’s been mulled over by some of the most amazing minds throughout history.
Given that happiness is widely regarded as integral to social progress, the study is increasingly being used by policymakers to design and implement legislation.The report in question is a large-scale quantitative survey that assesses the state of global happiness.Released in tandem with the United Nation’s (UN) International Day of Happiness, an event established in 2012 by UN advisor Jayme Illien, the report ranks 155 countries based on their happiness levels.Meanwhile there are just two non-Ontarian cities that made the cut, with Leduc, AB coming in 4 place finish in the World Happiness Rankings means that, overall, this is a pretty cheerful nation.And indeed, our own study showed that happiness is certainly not confined to Ontario.Elite Singles editorial March 2017 If you have questions about this study, or if you're from the press and wish to know more, please get in touch - you can comment below or email us at [email protected] rankings in this study are from an Anonymous study completed by Elite Singles researchers in March 2017, based on randomly selected data from 45,000 singles across Canada.Only cities that turned up 25 or more random responses were included in the geographic averages.All Rails Lead To Collingwood was an exhibit at the Collingwood Museum put together to celebrate Collingwood’s long history with the railroad.The railway line that came into Collingwood began with the establishment of Ontario’s first railway company, the Ontario, Simcoe and Huron Railway, in 1851.Please note, totals may not equal 100% due to rounding.Mahem Abedi, writing for the Huffington Post, 2017.