has been branded “mind-numbingly boring” by The Economist
The article hits back at the city’s frequent rankings as a great place to live and says that the nicer it becomes the more boring it becomes. The business-travel writer, known simply as Gulliver asks: “What right-minded person would rank Vancouver better than Paris?”
CBC notes that Gulliver doesn’t make it clear if he’s even visited Vancouver
and highlights a range of things in the city that are not boring.
With the sky-high prices and the many who struggle to afford mortgage payments and rents in the city, there’s certainly no shortage of those who emphatically disagree with Gulliver’s assessment.
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