London has placed among the top ranks in a survey naming the best-managed cities in Canada.

The survey, done by the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies for Macleans magazine and released today, ranks London seventh out of 31 cities in the study that looked at what cities offered the most services for the lowest cost.

“It is positive that we are in the Top 10 and our aim is to improve year-to-year, to continue to be successful in managing the corporation,” said Mayor Anne Marie DeCicco-Best.

“I think Macleans is legitimate, independent and objective. I think this shows clearly that we are in the top-ranked cities. I just hope the next time they do this we finish even higher.”

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Norman De Bono is a Free Press reporter