|Purchasing Power Index||97.75||High|
|Health Care Index||63.20||High|
|Cost of Living Index||64.80||Moderate|
|Property Price to Income Ratio||8.55||Moderate|
|Traffic Commute Time Index||39.98||Moderate|
|ƒ Quality of Life Index:||158.42||High|
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Last update: March 2023
|Quality of Life in Longueuil||8.36 miles|
|Quality of Life in Sainte-Martine||25.85 miles|
|Quality of Life in Sherbrooke||99.30 miles|
|Quality of Life in Gatineau||112.36 miles|
|Quality of Life in Ottawa||119.48 miles|
|Quality of Life in Quebec City||157.18 miles|
|Quality of Life in Kingston||176.74 miles|
|Quality of Life in Belleville||220.82 miles|
|DeutschLebensqualität in Montreal|
|PortuguêsQualidade de Vida em Montreal|
|ItalianoQualità della Vita a Montréal|
|FrançaisQualité de Vie à Montréal|
|EspañolCalidad de Vida en Montreal|
Healthcare system is atrocious. Government is corrupt. Highest taxes in Canada yet the worst infrastructure and health services of any of the major provinces.
It is a fun and charming city. But from a quality of life standpoint, it's not great.
Hard to believe this is a country in North America!
But we now have a remarkable tiered-system;(starting at the bottom) doctor's office or clinic (not enough general practitioners-because other specialties bring more tax money to the government), next inline is the Emergency departments and finally the new University Hospitals.