Cities With Highest Cost of Living In Canada 2019

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Cost of living in Canada is 5.45% cheaper than in the United States, According to the website numbeo., the average income of an American and a Canadian are approximately the same amount.

Canada’s after-tax monthly income is about $3,000 which totals around $36,000 per year. The U.S. sits just below Canada at approximately $2,942 per month or roughly $35,300 per year. The following Cities has the Highest Cost of Living In Canada 2018

Cities With Highest Cost of Living In Canada 2019

RankCitiesGroceries IndexCost Of Living Index
1Barrie, Canada 73.87 77.37
2Saskatoon, Canada 72.37 74.26
3St. John's, NL, Canada 70.28 74.05
4Burlington, Canada 64.86 73.13
5Halifax, Canada 72.4370.88
6Toronto, Canada 64.15 70.19
7Vancouver, Canada 66.6569.63
8Calgary, Canada 60.7568.93
9Brampton, Canada 66.75 68.79
10Regina, Canada 66.75 68.46

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