Is my knowledge of Canada right? I need to choose a city. Could you help me, please?

I mean to move to Canada for good. I've spent a lot of time exploring by internet but I haven't decided which city to choose. So I've gotten some general knowledge about Canadian cities. Check it out and leave comments please. I'd prefer one of those below (From the west to the... show more I mean to move to Canada for good. I've spent a lot of time exploring by internet but I haven't decided which city to choose.
So I've gotten some general knowledge about Canadian cities. Check it out and leave comments please.

I'd prefer one of those below
(From the west to the east)


===========Vancouver=========
cons
overpriced real estate, everything overpriced, so if you don't have a well-paid work you aren't have any delight
some problems with public transport
a lot of homeless people
locals aren't friendly
rather high crime rate, the most widespread crime is autotheft

pros
mild weather, nice view
nearby skiing resorts
cheap sushi (TRUE?)
good health care

neutral
huge Chinese community, a lot of Indians
good cannabis

==========Toronto===========
cons
no skiing resorts nearby
locals are just a bit friendlier than in Van.

pros
developed public transport system, no need for car
moderate prices
various ways to spend spare time, lots of clubs
low crime-rate
good health care

neutral
Europeans is minority, lots of immigrants
bad cannabis

===========Montreal===========
cons
unemployment (is it high?)
French (nice but must be learned)
health care is not so good as in Toronto or Van
low crime-rate but residence burglary and bike-thefts are often

pros
people are friendlier than in both Vancouver and Toronto
some cheap small skiing resort nearby
cheap real estate,
low prices, various ways to spend spare time, lots of clubs

neutral
mostly Europeans, Arabs, Haitians
everyone drinks wine

==========Quebec-city===========
cons
scanty choice of places to spend spare time, almost no malls for example
small city (or town?)
only French (nice but must be learned)
high prices in the centre
health care is not so good as in Toronto or Van
almost no public transport

pros
low cost of real estate
locals are very friendly
no crime
no unemployment
some cheap small skiing resort nearby

neutral
lots of tourists
no cannabis, just Burgundian wine

=========== St.John's===========
cons
high prices
rather high unemployment (is it true?)
very scanty choice of places to spend spare time, no malls
almost no public transport

pros
the friendliest folks in the world
no crime
low cost of real estate

neutral
farawayness from everything
locals mostly of Irish descent
everybody drinks beer

===========Halifax===============
Bigger than st.John's but have rather high crime-rate
locals mostly of English descent
in other respects alike

Please add your information and say where I am wrong.
Update: Charlie, that was first stage of course. And either of these cities fit me
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