Some Canadians are healthier than others!\nAnd not just because of their diet and lifestyle, but because of the province in which they live.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal Map Showing Which Streets Will Be Plowed First\n10. Newfoundland and Labrador\nNewfoundland and Labrador has, by far, one of the worst health snapshots in the country.\nIt reports high rates of death by cancer and heart disease.\nIt also has an alarming rate of infant mortality.\n9. Saskatchewan\nSaskatchewan has one of the highest suicide rates in the country.\nIt also scores poorly on infant mortality and life expectancy.\nThe province fares considerably better in such areas as death by cancer and heart disease.\n8. Manitoba\nManitoba has the highest rates of infant mortality in Canada.\nIt also has a high rate of deaths due to cancer and low levels of life expectancy.\n7. Nova Scotia\nNova Scotia has an extremely high rate of cancer deaths.\nIt also has high levels of infant mortality and low levels of life expectancy.\n6. New Brunswick\nNew Bruswick has high rates of diabetes deaths.\nIt also has an alarming rate of death by suicide.\n5. Prince Edward Island\nPEI scores well on mental health, with the second highest suicide rate in the country. Hardly surprising for such a pretty province.\nHowever, the province has high rates of death by cancer, heart disease, and lung disease.\n4. Alberta\nAlberta ranks high on rates of death due to cancer. In fact, it comes second to BC in this area.\nIts worst ranking is in the area of death by heart disease and stroke.\nPerhaps unsurprising for a province that prides itself on a red meat lifestyle.\nIt also has one of the highest infant mortality rates in the country.\n3. Quebec\nFor a province with a high rate of smokers and complaints about the healthcare system, Quebec does surprisingly well.\nAlso, considering the high rate of cigarettes consumed by Quebecers, the province has a surprisingly low rate of death by heart disease.\nThat said, the high cigarette rate shows up in the cancer statistics. The province has relatively higher rates of death by cancer in comparison with other diseases.\nHardly surprising that a majority of these deaths are by lung cancer. Quebec has the third highest rate of death by lung cancer in Canada.\n2. Ontario\nOntario has the lowest suicide rates in Canada, an indication of good mental health throughout the province. In fact, the overall mental health picture in Ontario is considered among the best in the country.\nOntario also has low rates of death by cancer, heart disease, and lung disease.\nA potential area of weakness for Ontario is the diabetes death rate. Although the statistics are not drastic, the province does not perform as well in this area as it does in the others.\n1. British Columbia\nBC is Canada's healthiest province. It reports extremely low rates of death by cancer, nervous system diseases, lung disease, and heart disease.\nIt also has the lowest rate of diabetes in Canada.\nIn fact, the overall state of health in BC is so good, it's compared to that of entire countries such as Switzerland and Sweden.