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Cheapest Places To Live In Canada

Cheapest Places To Live In Canada

 

Hey guys, here is another post for you about the Cheapest Places To Live In Canada.

A lot of people plan a trip to relocate or move to another Country.

If you are one of those planning a trip or immigrate to a Country like Canada to start a new life,

and wondering which city you would like to start a life afresh and cheap as well.

Then, please relax and enjoy the list of cheapest cities in Canada to live in.

At the end please do not hesitate to comment on this post and like.

Thank you

Now let us start from number 1.

 

1. Hamilton –

is one of the cheapest places to live in Canada.

It has a low cost of living.

More than 39% cheaper than New York City

Hamilton has over 500,000 residents.

A lot of the residents work in sales related companies.

There are many public and private schools.

 

 

2. Kitchener

Has over 33,000 residents.

Relatively affordable and much of its industry lies in the manufacturing business.

So many people work in the more industrial areas.

In recent years, work has been done in the downtown area to

Improve livability for residents.

 

 

3. Guelph

The cost of living here is 34.8% less that NYC.

You can rent a one bedroom apartment for under 900 canadian dollars/ month.

 

4. ST. Catherines , Ontario –

This is the cheapest city to live in Ontario.

The cost of living here is at .5 below the national average, may not sound a lot but certainly add up.

And is mainly a base for manufacturing and serviced industries.

 

5. Abbotsford, BC –

This is another cheap place to live in with the average of 3.6% below the national average.

And Abbotsford is the cheapest of British Colombia larger city.

 

Cheapest Places To Live In Canada

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6. Trois Rivieres, QC –

It is also one of the cheapest cities to live in.

And the cost of living in Trois Rivieres is 4% below national average.

This place is the oldest QC city in Canada with a bit of History there.

 

 

7. Moncton NB –

This city have a population a little over 70,000.

And this City is the largest city in NB.

It is also one of the cheapest city to live in.

Then, the cost of living here is 5.2% below national average.

The City has a strong and divert economic.

 

8. Longueuil QC –

This city has cost of living of 6.3% below national average.

And is also one of the cheapest cities in QC in Canada

 

9. Terrebonne QC –

The cost of living here is 7.% below national average.

And many factories are based here in Terrebonne in QC.

 

10. Levis QC –

Is another very good place to live in Canada and is one of the Cheapest places to live.

The cost of living here is 7.9% below national average.

It is also a place where 97% of its habitat speak french.

So, if you want to learn french or already speak it, you know where to go.

 

 

11. Saguenay QC –

This is another cheap place to live in Canada.

The cost of living is 7.9% below national average.

And it has 98% of french speaking.

 

 

12. Laval QC –

This is also another city listed under one of cheapest cities to live in.

And the cost of living in Laval is 9.3% below national average.

The economic here is as diverse as its occupation.

 

13. Sherbrooke QC –

The cost of living here is 15.6% below national average.

And it is one of the cheapest places to live in in Canada.

It has a population of about 100, 000.

This city is also home to several academic institution.

And it is very much a student town.

 

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In conclusion , this is all I can come up with. I hope you enjoyed reading this.

Is there a city I missed out, or that should not be there, please let me know at the comment area.

Thank you for reading.

 

 

 

 

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