'THE ECONOMIST' RANKS TORONTO SAFEST CITY IN NORTH AMERICA

Oct 12, 2017

By Bob Komsic

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Toronto is the safest city in North America and 4th safest in the world, according to The Economic Intelligence Unit’s just released 2017 Safe Cities Index of 60 major urban centres.
The index is based on comparative data for urban security which includes digital, health, personal and infrastructure security.
No other Canadian city made this year’s list.
Tokyo, Singapore and Osaka took the top three spots as seven of the top 10 cities are in Asia.
Despite recent terror attacks, Europe has eight in the top 20, with two – Amsterdam and Stockholm – in the top 10.
Only three U.S. cities are in the top 20 – San Francisco at 15, L-A at 18 and Chicago at 19.   The full report can be viewed here safecities.economist.com
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