WINNIPEG – Manitoba is the top performing prairie province when it comes to quality of life, according to a new report from the Conference Board of Canada.
Provinces in Canada were compared to other first world countries.
The report gives Manitoba a “B” overall, the highest ranking for a prairie province.
The economic think tank gives Manitoba an “A” for life satisfaction and for social network support and a “B” for income in-equality, burglaries and suicides.
We did not rank well with poverty and voter turn out.
The province was given its worst grades for the homicide rate and the immigrant wage gap.
Norway, Denmark and Sweden got the highest scores while the United States ranked the worst.