If you’re looking for a new city to call home, you may want to consider the ones on this list. MovingWaldo has released a ranking of the cheapest cities with the best quality of life in Canada, and they offer the best of both worlds.

Statistically, not all of these cities are the cheapest to live in Canada. That’s because several additional factors were taken into consideration.

The cities on this list were chosen based on their quality of life, access to essential facilities nearby, and the available house and apartment prices in 2023, according to MovingWaldo.

The cheapest cities with the best quality of life in Canada are located across the country, from Atlantic Canada to British Columbia.

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Below is the complete list by MovingWaldo, along with the average price of a home and rent per month in each city.

Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador
House price: $100,000
Rent: $700

Edmundston, New Brunswick
House price: $150,622
Rent: $545

Trenton, Nova Scotia
House price: $182,400
Rent: $900

Weyburn, Saskatchewan
House price: $160,000
Rent: $650

Thetford Mines, Quebec
House price: $200 000
Rent: $650

Summerside, Prince Edward Island
House price: $200 000
Rent: $800

Steinbach, Manitoba
House price: $231,158
Rent: $817

Quesnel, British Columbia
House price: $250, 000
Rent: $900

Lloydminster, Alberta
House price: $231,158
Rent: $817

Thunder Bay, Ontario
House price: $302,200
Rent: $1133

Whether you’re looking for economic opportunity, outdoor activities, or access to arts and culture, each of these cities has its own features that make it unique.

For example, Steinback is described as the economic centre of Manitoba. Weyburn, Saskatchewan has been ranked the best place to live in the Prairies.

Trenton, Nova Scotia is situated among hundreds of acres of century-old trees, and the homes there are 81% lower than the Canadian average, according to MovingWaldo.

So, in conclusion, you don’t need a big city budget to enjoy an incredible quality of life in Canada — you just have to know where to look.