Alberta is the westernmost province of Canada’s three Prairie provinces and is one of the cheapest places to live in Canada. Two of its cities, Edmonton and Calgary, rank in the top 5 cheapest big cities to live in Canada. On average, they both boast of house resale values of less than $500,000 compared to cities like Toronto and Vancouver with average prices of $1.24 million. Even more appealing is that the average home income in Alberta is higher than that of Toronto and Vancouver. Edmonton and Calgary have a median income of about $143,000, while Toronto and Vancouver have median incomes just under $124,000. Do you want to know more? Well, below are some of the cheapest places to live in Alberta with the best quality of life.
In the province of Alberta, the pension plans for employees working in the public sector are administered by the Alberta Pensions Services Corporation (APS). This article guides you on how to update your account when moving.