The Most Affordable Places To Live In Canada – Delusional Bubble

Canada is constantly one of the best countries to live in because of its great education, healthcare, and governing system.

Canadian cities such as Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, and Calgary are always among the top 20 livable cities in the world for their high quality living standards, but all of these fabulous things come at a price which makes it almost impossible to afford living in some of the urban areas in Canada.

However, in this post, we’ll introduce the most affordable places to live in Canada.

Abbotsford, British Columbia

Rent per Month 1 bedroom in City Centre – $1,050.00
1 bedroom outside of City Centre – $962.50

East Abbotsford looking towards Mission

Abbotsford is home to more than 115,000 people in a big area. This city offers good education system from kindergarten to Post secondary institutions.

Sherbrooke, Quebec

Rent per Month 1 bedroom in City Centre – $475.00
1 bedroom outside of City Centre – $405.00

Credits: sherbrooke

Sherbrooke is the 6th largest city in Quebec with lots of outdoor activities such as skiing and hiking. This city is perfect for students and in general, those who are looking for affordable housing and groceries price.

Moncton, New Brunswick

Rent per Month 1 bedroom in City Centre- $734.29
1 bedroom outside of City Centre- $642.08

Moncton is a bilingual, easily accessible city with no traffic and a booming economy. The housing price is relatively cheap and if you don’t own a car, you can get around with the city’s efficient transit system.

Thunder Bay, Ontario

Rent per Month 1 bedroom in City Centre- $925.00
1 bedroom outside of City Centre- $818.75

Credits: thunderbay

Thunder Bay is famous as Lakehead since it sits beside beautiful Lake Superior. Residents also have the advantage of being surrounded by national parks and wilderness. Thunder Bay airport takes you to Toronto in 90 minutes with cheap tickets year-round.

Thunder Bay has the best air quality in Ontario, as well as an excellent tap water that comes from the lake.

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Rent per Month 1 bedroom in City Centre- $1,096.59 
1 bedroom outside of City Centre- $890.14

Being the largest city in Saskatchewan, Saskatoon offers great education system, affordable housing and grocery, and a beautiful nature.

Nanaimo, British Columbia

Rent per Month 1 bedroom in City Centre- $1,118.42 
1 bedroom outside of City Centre- $999.06

Nanaimo

Nanaimo is a beautiful seaside city in Vancouver island, British Columbia. having a mild weather (compared to most other parts of Canada), Nanaimo is ideal if you’re looking for great Post secondary institutions, fun outdoor activities, and reasonable housing prices.

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Rent per Month 1 bedroom in City Centre- $981.25 
1 bedroom outside of City Centre- $790.00

The capital of Prince Edward Island is a small city with slightly more than 36,000 population and a European style architecture. This city is peaceful, beautiufl, and traffic simply doesn’t exist!

London, Ontario

Rent per Month 1 bedroom in City Centre- $1,163.41 
1 bedroom outside of City Centre- $1,012.27

London in Ontario is a big city with more than 404,000 people calling it home. This city offers all of the amenities you can find in any other Canadian metropolitan area and is very cheap compared to what it has to offer.

Montreal, Quebec

Rent per Month 1 bedroom in City Centre- $1,279.48 
1 bedroom outside of City Centre- $825.80

Montreal might be the most surprising city on our list. Even though Montreal is a large city and among the top 20 best cities to live in the world, this city is too cheap and its warm people and European style of the buildings make one feel like being in paradise!

Kitchener, Ontario

Rent per Month 1 bedroom in City Centre – $1,168.33
1 bedroom outside of City Centre – $957.14

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Kitchener is famous for its high percentage of employment. If you move to this city, the chances of not finding a job is way lower compared to most other Canadian cities. The city is expanding very rapidly each year, owing it to its booming economy.

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21 thoughts on “The Most Affordable Places To Live In Canada – Delusional Bubble

  1. Although I don’t have the intentions to move to Canada, Moncton captured my attention very much. My last flight from the U.S was passing above New Brunswick, and I have seen the islands from above. It was one of the amazing views I have even seen from an airplane. Plus, I love whales and that region is well-known for whale watching, globally.
    Very interesting article, thank you for sharing it! 🙂

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    1. Yes, I heard from a friend that if you stand right beside a big lake near the city or on the highway, you can see them! I have never been there tho. I was planning to go sometime this month, but Covid cased increased and it freaked me out! lol!
      Thank you for your comment!

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        1. Lol! You’re right! I didn’t think about the timing thing at all! Lol! Now I don’t feel as bad.
          I only seen it once in Alaska with those cruises tours, but I heard there’s even a town about 2 hours from Vancouver that has it too.
          Have you ever seen it?

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              1. From what I have heard with Calgary is that it might be a possible Northern Lights location, but still not entirely sure. I have heard of a train journey you can take across Canada and you can see them. Plus, I am moving to Canada to get away from the US, so I might wait to go to Alaska lol

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                  1. Good to know about Alaska. I guess you could call it separate but equal to the US then. Lol. Just need to plan for seeing the Aurora at some point. Even so, if I am in Vancouver or you’re in Calgary, I can take you up on your offer 😊

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