A new survey of the best cities in the world for families has ranked Quebec City as #2 out of 150 international cities.\nIn fact, 3 Canadian cities made the top 10, including Montreal at #9.\nTake a look at these "cities of opportunity" below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nThe German website Movinga has just released a worldwide ranking of "cities of opportunity," particularly for families looking to move in 2020. Only three Canadian cities made the list of top 10 best cities in the world for families and Quebec City came in at #2. Montreal also made the list coming in at #9, and the third Canadian city to make the top 10 was Calgary, ranked at #8.\nOttawa was also named in the top 20, coming in at #14. Toronto and Vancouver came neck-and-neck in spots #34 and #35, with Toronto just beating out Vancouver.\nThe study considered 150 international cities and compared them based on 16 factors, including housing affordability, living costs by income, unemployment (%), education, safety, mobility, air quality (µg/m3), and healthcare.\nThe study focused on the best cities for families, so it also considered factors like kids' activities, paid parental leave (in days), family inclusivity, neighbourhood safety, and family friendliness.\nEach of the factors was scored out of 100 (unless noted above as being measured by another method, like a percentage for unemployment, for example) and you can filter the data on the Movinga website to consider the best city in a certain category.\nThese were the top 10 cities of the 150 considered by Movinga for this survey.\n1. Helsinki, Finland\n2. Quebec City, Canada\n3. Oslo, Norway\n4. Munich, Germany\n5. Copenhagen, Denmark\n6. Stockholm, Sweden\n7. Reykjavik, Iceland\n8. Calgary, Canada\n9. Montreal, Canada\n10. Gothenburg, Sweden\nCanada and Sweden are the only two countries to have multiple cities appear in the top 10, with Canada taking the #2, #8 and #9 spots.\nREAD ALSO: The Iconic Quebec City Toboggan Ride Is Now Open & You'll Fly Down At 70km/h\nQuebec City ranked highest when it came to Housing Affordability (99.81/100), Education (95.23/100), and Safety (92.5/100).\nView this post on Instagram Sunrise over Québec City with the fairy landscape of Frontenac Castle and Saint Laurence River. The 7am Ferry from Levis is crossing through the ice floating on the river. This is a beautiful winter view of Québec City. #canada🇨🇦 #quebec #landscape #landscapephotography #quebeccity #tourismequebec #ferry #chateaufrontenac #fairmonthotel #saintlaurenceriver #boat #ferryquebeclevis #sunrise #winter #snow #goldenhour #sharecangeo #natureshots #naturesbestphotomagazine #natgeoyourshot #oldquebec #city #cityscape #frontenac #saintlaurent A post shared by Pierre Marshall (@pierre.marshall.photography) on Jan 19, 2020 at 12:21pm PST\nMontreal found its top marks in Education (95.23/100), Safety (89.5/100), and Living Costs by Income (88.08/100).\nThe city with the most Affordable Housing was Essen, Germany, followed by Quebec City and then Hanover, Germany.\nSingapore topped the list for Mobility, with a score of 100, which considered the "efficiency of a city’s public and private transport systems."\nView this post on Instagram • lionel • groulx • A post shared by • Raffi • Ռաֆֆի • (@rafffiiio) on Dec 17, 2019 at 7:44am PST\nMontreal was definitely the best Canadian city for Mobility on the list but only managed a 73.22/100. Quebec City followed with a score of 73.02/100.\nYou can take a look at the full survey and all the data at Movinga's website right here.