MoneySense Magazine has released its list of best places to live in Canada, and they ranked Norfolk County near the bottom of the barrel.
There were 415 communities included in the ranking, all of them had a population of more than 10,000 people.
This year the Oakville, Ontario grabbed the top spot, while Norfolk County ranked 319th — up seven spots from 2017.
The magazine survey uses information from Statistics Canada and other information agencies.
It looks at several different categories including employment rates, housing, crime rates and access to health care.
According to MoneySense, Norfolk County is best known for its arts and community, low taxes, and having a low crime rate.
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