Canada is rich in wonderful neighbourhoods, so finding the right neighbourhood is often just a matter of researching the community you are interested in living in to see if they have all the amenities you and your family requires. Choosing the right neighbourhood is made much easier once you have narrowed down whether you wish to live in a town or city, and what schools are available if you have children, which is a major consideration when relocating the family.
In Canada, all neighbourhoods have both their good points and their bad points, and one of the best ways to learn about the town or city neighbourhood you are interested in is to talk to your real estate agent, as they keep demographics on the communities in each neighbourhood. They can tell you, if asked, which neighbourhood you should be looking in to find the right neighbourhood for you.
Some of the things you need to take into consideration when choosing a your neighborhood is whether there have been any environmental issues, if the appearance is kept looking neat and tidy or neglected, what the crime rate is, where the schools are located and what programs they offer your children, what transportation is available including what road and highway access is close by, what other amenities are offered in the community in the way of grocery stores, restaurants, and service related businesses.
Besides those questions, when looking to find the right neighbourhood you might also want to find out what the property values are and how the housing market is being affected by asking your real estate agent, how much the utilities and taxes are for the home you are considering, and what kind of nuisance situations may currently be affecting or are going to affect the neighbourhood, town or city, that is just right for you!