Toronto is expensive.
And the sky is blue. We know you already know this. But now it's official.
This year's ranking had Toronto rise 10 spots to the 109th spot. Vancouver fell two spots to tie with Toronto.
The survey, by Mercer, ranks more than 375 cities around the world. It takes into consideration things like the cost of housing, transportation, food, clothing and other expenses, comparing them to New York City, its base.
Montreal fell 18 spots to 147, while Calgary went down 11 spots to 154.
Mercer Cost of Living Survey – Worldwide Ranking 2018