Most Affordable places to live in Canada

Most Affordable places to live in Canada

I see people often ask “where is the cheapest place to live in Canada!”, “I am just planning a move to Canada, where is the cheapest place to rent in Canada

Well, I understood that answering one by one to every individual won’t be enough. People search on Google as well, and most of the time they use the phrase “affordable places to live in Canada” but then end up on a broker site OR somewhere, where the content itself is outdated.

Well, for the reason that you are looking at any of these, then this article is for you. We have listed all the cheapest and affordable we found to live in Canada. Let me tell you that this data is aligned in a format that you have an overview of where to move. However, if you want to rent a house OR want to be a guest, you should select anyone of the city we have mentioned and look into the local classifieds.

Well enough, now let’s get started with the list which is prepared for you, listing “best affordable places to live in Canada”.

1. Kingston, Ontario

Kingston, Ontario Affordable places to live in Canada

Kingston is one of the Best Affordable places to live in Canada, it is best for people to live in retirement due to the peacefulness of the city. It has glorious restaurants to visit and makes your life please with its atmosphere. The median house here you can get around $3,00,000.

Fun Fact: You will be enjoying the sunset for 160 days of a year, it will be cool for the remaining days.

Check: Kingston map to get knowledge of the place.

2. Saint John city

Saint John city Affordable places to live in Canada

Saint John city is the biggest city of New Brunswick with a population of about 1,2500 (Reported in 2011). The cost of living here is 26 per cent higher than in Indiana but never mind, you get beautiful weather and fewer people around you. The house in Saint John is $2,54,000 and it raises by rising in 1.3% on average every year.

Check: Map of Saint John to know the geographic view of the city. Not bragging more, Saint John a beautiful place in New Brunswick has its uniqueness in industries with no pollution problem. you can live here safely, enjoying your life. All the reasons make it one of the most Affordable places to live in Canada.

3. Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton, Alberta Affordable places to live in Canada

Edmonton city is the capital city of Alberta and has a population of 9,32,546 including the employees working in the city. Which is better where the max population of Alberta comes to live, for employment as well as it provides perfect homes at every level of living at the desired price.

There are many beautiful places to visit here and there is one you should not miss “the Royal Alberta Museum”. This is where you will also find aboriginal-culture and natural-history galleries, futuristic-looking Art Gallery of Alberta and much more.

The temperature in Edmonton ranges in between -10 degrees in January and a minimum of 17 degrees in July. Edmonton Park, Legislature Building, Law Courts, Rogers Place, High-Level Bridge, Muttart Conservatory are the attractive tourist places to visit. Having said all, it is also one of the Best Affordable places to live in Canada.

Check: Edmonton MapKingston, Ontario

4. Kitchener, Ontario

Kitchener, Ontario

Kitchener is the town for Berlin lying west to Ontario as the seventh largest metropolitan area of Canada with a gross population of 5,23,894 people living more on the south side of Kitchener. Kitchener is one of the best places in Berlin for Kitchener jobs and one of the best Affordable place to live in Canada. The house cost is  $3,50,000 making a best place for both marketing jobs.

Visit: Kitchener City Map.

5. Halifax, Nova Scotia

Halifax, Nova Scotia is the place where you will find attractive greenery in the middle of the city. The population reported in the last year(2020) was around 4,03,131. Halifax with it’s a pleasant environment for jobbers and retirees is one of the best Affordable places to live in Canada. The cost of the house is low rated with $2,90,000 with high rated jobs and best living places people all over the Scotia. check the Halifax map for streetwise view making you clear about the city area and boundaries.

Visit: Halifax City Maps

6. Windsor, Ontario

Windsor, Ontario

Windsor city is one of the cities in Ontario located in the southern part of Canada and the southern part of lake Detroit. Windsor city with its vast place has good job opportunities and domestic places to live in. The environment of this place makes it look so priceless but the average house rent here is $2,27,000. The population here in 2016 is 2,76,165. Having said that we have featured Windsor City as one of the Best Affordable places to live in Canada.

Check: Windsor city to know the geographical location.

7. Regina city

Regina city

Regina city is one of the provinces of Saskatchewan. The city has the most attractive places like Victoria Park which is the most visiting place in Regina. Unlike other cities of Canada, it has topographical places Wascana creek which would become a tourist and best place to visit in early morning. Regina city is one of the best Affordable places to live in Canada. The population over here is 2,15,106  in 2016 and the average price of a house is $12,300. You will get the best house to stay in Regina near to every place in the city.

Visit: Regina City to Enjoy The Geographical Location.

8. Trois – Rivières, Quebec

Trois - Rivières, Quebec

Trois -Riviere’s city is known for the three rivers as the old river Maurice at its start is divided by two islands and so has three mouths. It is located in the region of Quebec, Canada. Trois city has limited no of job opportunities, but it’s easy to live here as the average house price here is $1,47,000. The population here is 1,34,413 and the metro population is 1,51,773. Having low house pricing and low population is is definitely a place to have in the list of best places to retire in Canada on a budget.

Visit: Trois-Rivieres city map to know the geographical location.

9. Winnipeg, Manitoba

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Winnipeg is the capital and largest city of Manitoba, it’s name came from the Winnipeg lake, This beautiful place of Winnipeg has a lot of places to live for who comes for touring, the stadium Investors Group Field over here is an attraction. The temperature of Winnipeg is -12 degrees in January and 21 degrees in July, suitable for people who live in North America for years. The house price is affordable $2,78,000 and the population over here is 7,05,744. The house pricing is not as cheaper as other places we discussed but it’s definitely a good choice if you love to live in the chill.

Check Out: Winnipeg city map to know the geographical location.

10. Quebec city

Quebec city

Quebec city is the seventh most largest Metropolitan Area in Canada boarded by Ontario on the west. It is one of the Best Affordable places to live in Canada. Quebec is on the eastern part of Canada on the seashore of Atlantic Ocean.

The Temperature over here is comfortable for people to live as in January covered with snow. The population of the city is 5,31,902, with the Average house price of $2,91,232 will have 2% change for every year. It is the city which has most jobs starting from lower levels. Quebec city can also be the best places to retire in Canada on a budget.

All the cities mentioned above are the Best Affordable cities in Canada and you can also call them the cheapest place to live in Canada having good prices comfortable for one new to the city.

Visit: See Maps to discover the beauty of Quebec City

Well, those were the top 10 list of best affordable places to live/retire/buy a home in Canada but if you forgot them, here is a table with no description but the important points.

Best affordable places to live in Canada.

NameImageFacts
Kingston, Ontario
  • Avg Home Cost: $3,00,000
  • Population: 1,24,000 (2014)
  • Peaceful Environment.
  • Best for retired people.
  • 160 Days of the sun.
  • Remaining Days are cool.
Saint John cityMost Affordable places to live in Canada Cheapest places to live in canada
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  • Population of Saint John was 1,27,000 (2011)
  • Avg Home Cost: $2,54,000
  • The biggest city of New Brunswick.
  • Has industrial areas with no pollution problem.
  • Will enjoy your life uniquely.
Edmonton, AlbertaMost Affordable places to live in Canada Cheapest places to live in canada
  • 9,32,546 population lives in this city.
  • Avg Home Price: $319,200
  • Has good places for different category of working people at desired prices.
  • Has Beautiful places to visit.
  • Royal Abert museum for Aboriginal -culture and natural-history galleries, futuristic-looking Art Gallery of Alberta and much more.
  • Temperature ranges at -10 degrees in January and 17 degrees in july.
Kitchener, OntarioMost Affordable places to live in Canada Cheapest places to live in canada
  • Best place of job holders.
  • Has 5,23,894  population.
  • Avg Home Cost: $3,50,000
  • It is the seventh largest metropolitan area of Canada.
Halifax, Nova ScotiaMost Affordable places to live in Canada Cheapest places to live in canada
  •  4,03,131 population reported last year.
  • Avg Home Cost: $2,90,000
  • Has pleasant attractive greenery amid city.
  • Gives a fresh breeze for people.
  • Best place for both jobbers and retirees.
Windsor, OntarioMost Affordable places to live in Canada Cheapest places to live in canada
  • Has Vast place for living.
  • Good job opportunities.
  • Domestic places to live.
  • 2,76,165 population in 2016.
  • Avg Home Cost: $2,27,000
Regina cityBest Affordable places to live in canada
  • Avg: Home Price CA$ 1,50,999.00
  • Has 2,15,106 people in 2016.
  • Has attractive places like Victoria Park.
  • Roads are neat and feel as in a good place.
Trois – Rivières, QuebecMost Affordable places to live in Canada Cheapest places to live in canada
  • known for three rivers.
  • Great place to watch three islands dividing rivers into three mouths.
  • Has 1,34,413  normal population.
  • Avg Home Price: $1,47,000
  •  1,51,773 metropolitan population.
  • The best place to live after retirement for a peaceful life.
Winnipeg, ManitobaMost Affordable places to live in Canada Cheapest places to live in canada
  •  a tourist city which has beautiful places to visit.
  • A most known place for a stadium.
  • ranges between -12 degrees in January and 21 degrees in July.
  • 7,05,744 people live here.
  • Avg Home Price: $2,78,000
Quebec city

 

 

Most Affordable places to live in Canada Cheapest places to live in canada
  • The seventh most metropolitan area of Canada.
  • most of the place is covered with snow in January.
  • A good place to get lower level jobs.
  • Has 5,31,902 population.
  • Avg Home Price: $2,91,232
  • Wonderful beach to visit.

 

How is your experience with it, do you think we are missing some city, feel free to comment and let us know so we can help people like you look for cheap places to live in Canada.

There are many beautiful places in Canada at a high cost, we mostly choose the best affordable places as it should satisfy both financial and health requirements. We tried exploring the beautiful places in Canada which most of the people doesn’t know except you because you already read the article.

Are you still in a Confusion of how to select a home?

Here are some tips.

For a place to make you feel like your best home, it should satisfy some of the requirements.

The place should be comfortable for your work, should have a pleasant environment for peace.

The garden at backdoor will be the best place to have fun with your family, try to select a home having a garden that makes your place beautiful.

The kitchen is the place where you prepare your healthy food, it can be small as you are not going to spend a lot of time in that rather than eating.

Having said all, Now I want to say bye. If you enjoyed this article, maybe you should ask your friend for their opinion by sharing it.

10 thoughts on “Most Affordable places to live in Canada”

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  2. We are from Israel and we have been living in vancouver for long time, but it’s expensive. Which city do you recommend to move to? I am 67 years old.

  3. I am a 23-year-old graphic designer and I want to move to Vancouver but scared of high rent. I don’t know hwat to do?

    1. Vancouver can be expensive but you should not worry about rent, because most of the time when the rent is high, the job market also pays well. Initially, you can move to a shared space or low-class guest house and then move to a better once one you have job in hand. Doing that wil hlep you going to canada and not burn out.

  4. I have been loving Canada for quite long time, I am considering to get the PR and move to canada very soon. Although I am a software engineer, I like the Edmonton area the most.

  5. I loved Toronto a now considering to Venice. The simple reason for that is, this place is comparatively expensive than the other especially the renting and house management. BTW, Thank you for your recommendation.

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