Design a Home and We'll Guess Which Province You Should Move To

By: Ian Fortey

Let's start your house on the ground floor. How many floors do you want your house to have?

When you look out the back window, what do you want to be seeing?

Are you planning to live in the city or in the country?

Do you want a swimming pool?

Are you going to need a big kitchen?

Do you want a lot with trees and plants on it?

Inside the house, do you plan on having a lot of house plants?

What kind of tub are we looking at?

What's the outside of the house going to look like?

What kind of floors are you going to have throughout?

Is the basement finished or not?

How close to your neighbor's place do you plan to be?

What kind of front door are you thinking of?

What sort of feature do you want in your backyard?

You'll need to choose some paint colors. What are you leaning toward?

Are you hoping to have friends and family over a lot?

How do you plan to decorate your walls?

What kind of lighting are you looking for?

Do you know how you want to tile the bathroom?

What kind of carpeting do you want to have?

Are you going to have a dining room?

If money wasn't an object, what would you splurge on for the house?

Every home has at least a bit of art. What kind do you want?

Which architectural style is most appealing to you?

What kind of furniture are you thinking about?

Overall, is there one sort of theme or look you're going for with your home?

What's your opinion on windows?

What are we looking at in terms of ceilings?

What do you plan on doing in the yard?

How many bedrooms is this house going to have anyway?

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About This Quiz

Picking a place to live in Canada is not as easy as it sounds. The country is massive and each province or territory has its own unique features to draw you in. You need to consider things like the kind of weather you want - if you want warmer weather but more rain maybe Vancouver Island is for you. If you like scorching summers and cold winters then southwestern Ontario is the place to be. Then there's just the amount of people you're happy to be near - if you love a crowd then Toronto, the most populous city in the country with a population of millions, may be right for you. If you hate the crowds then why not head to Iqaluit, the capital of Nunavut, with a population of only 7,700? There's a whole lot to consider overall.

If you're not quite sure what the best place in Canada might be, worry not! All you need to do is decide what kind of house you want to be living it. Design all the features you crave and what would make home life best for you and we'll figure out the rest then let you know which of Canada's beautiful provinces or territories is going to be your best fit. Take the quiz and see!


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