But which is the best party city? Here’s Canada’s Top 10 party cities, at least according to Uber.
Here is the criteria according to Uber: “Drawing from both Uber Rides and Uber Eats data, we’re sharing insights highlighting everything you need to know—from the top partying nights of the year, Canada’s wildest and tamest partying cities (based on the volume of late night riders).”
The rankings are based on volume of rides between 10 p.m.-2 a.m., weighted for the number of riders in each city.
It also stated that “Londoners stay out partying the latest, with the most rides happening between 2 AM and 4 AM.”
The biggest party nights for 2021 were those of Halloween weekend.
PubClub.com disagrees. We feel Toronto is #1 and by a landslide. It’s just not the weekends that rock in T.O., either. It’s lively nearly every day of the week. Vancouver goes off, too, especially with the best live music bar in the country, the Roxy.
We like Montreal, too, which did not even make Uber’s list. Calgary is a party city, especially during the wild Calgary Stampede.
Uber, of course, is serving as a ride share service. Unlike PubClub.com, it does not have “boots on the ground” in the bars.
It also cannot calculate the number of people who lives close enough to the bars to walk to them or who take public transportation. Toronto has a pretty good public transit system and lots of people take it at night to and from the bars.
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