Hivenue Opens 3 New Locations Across Some of Ontario’s Most Demanded Student Cities
At Hivenue, we’re on a mission to create unique communal and shared living experiences. We plan on bringing Hivenue to all neighbourhoods in need of new housing opportunities, stronger financial stability, sustainable living lifestyle, and greater social connection. Our world is changing fast, and the way we live will change with it.
We’re excited to announce the opening of three new cities in Ontario, Canada.
Being the capital of Ontario, Toronto ranks high amongst the best cities in Canada to live. The city is a popular hub for students and is home of many prominent universities and colleges in Canada.
It has an extremely diverse culture, with about 50% of the population belonging to minority communities. Toronto welcomes students from all parts of the world. People in this city speak over 160 languages! It can be the best city in Canada to live, work and study for you.
Main Universities in Toronto
Ottawa is well-known for its world-class educational institutions with experienced faculty members. It welcomes students from diverse cultures, and hosts immigrants from Africa, Europe, and Asia! This city offers a myriad of job opportunities for graduate students and a great standard of living.
Looking at the perks, one can say that Ottawa is one of the best cities to live and study in Canada. It has the largest tech park in Canada, offering thousands of jobs to international students.
What’s more? It is also one of the safest cities in the world!
Main Universities in Ottawa
Kingston has a phenomenal student vibe. There are three major post-secondary institutions in town, and the influence of the collective student population permeates much of the city center.
The main street through downtown, Princess Street, is dotted with student-priced bars, cafés, restaurants, and shops, while campuses around the city are constantly humming with student-led clubs, activities, sports, initiatives, and events.
The town itself also has a lot to offer. It has a distinctly European character — at least relative to many other North American cities — with old limestone houses, a bustling and pedestrian-friendly city center, and lots of coffee and tea shops for students desperate to avoid (or catch up on) work.