Happiest City In Canada

St. John, New Brunswick

CANADIAN Provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland.

SAINT JOHN Pop. 120,000 (Province of New Brunswick) … is the happiest city in Canada

The ONLY diversity we need!

The New Brunswick city was one of several Atlantic Canadian centres to score well in a satisfaction study conducted by the University of British Columbia.

Sponsored by the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, the findings were based on survey data provided by Statistics Canada.

John Helliwell, an economics professor at UBC (University of British Columbia), examined close to 100,000 responses to Stats Canada’s ethnic diversity  [not “racial diversity”] survey of 2002 and its general social survey of 2003.

[Editor’s Note: The writers of this report are much too squeamish to point out the major reason for Saint John’s high “wellness” factor.

The “elephant” sitting squarely in the room points directly to its … 97% homogeneous WHITE population!!

RACIAL DIVERSITY would eventually DESTROY the peaceful co-existence among all the Canadian cities listed below.

Until 35 years ago … TORONTO was also a great city before the invasion of 3rd-world, NON-white immigrants … but no longer.

Read an opinion piece about this phenomena HERE/ … Also America’s happiest town for the same reasons! To further your education in racial matters, click “A Racial Program For The 20th Century]

Be PROUD of your European Culture and Heritage

>> another short VIDEO.

continuing …

Saint John, New Brunswick led the pack with a life satisfaction score of 8.6 out of 10, which Helliwell said makes it among the happiest cities not only in Canada … but the world.

“That’s pretty high,” he said. “Denmark is the highest country and runs about 8.1 or 8.2.

Saint John, N.B. is operating in pretty rarified territory … so something’s going well.”

[Editor’s Note: To check your Canadian town’s racial dimension, click HERE… then scroll to the bottom of page. ]

Quebec City placed 2nd.     [97.7% White!]

Charlottetown (Province of Prince Edward Island) was 3rd.   [97.8 White!]

Moncton (Province of New Brunswick >More) [98% White!]

Kitchener (Province of Ontario) [86.3% White!] tied for 4th.

St. John’s (Province of Newfoundland) was 6th. [98% White!]

Rounding out the Top 10, in order, were Saskatoon, Regina, Winnipeg and Halifax [92.5% White!].

Helliwell said it’s no coincidence that smaller communities scored higher than bigger ones. He said trusting others is important and those kind of connections are easier to make in smaller cities. >Source

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Saint John (CMA) New Brunswick
Total Male Female Total Male Female
Total population 121,340 58,355 62,985 719,710 352,490 367,220
WHITE PEOPLE (97% of Saint John) (30) 118,180 56,780 61,400 710,285 347,740 362,550

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  1. The United Nations considers as the best countries to live (2007):
    1) Iceland
    2) Norway
    3) Australia
    4) Canada
    5) Ireland
    The U.S.A. continues dropping, now it’s in the 12th place.

    1. White Americans have been reduced in numbers from almost 90% in 1960 to a still diminishing 63% in 2010 against a backdrop of over 100 million NON-whites now residing in the United States.

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