Where are the cheapest cities in Canada? Using the cost-of-living data from Salary Expert, we compared the cost of living in all Canadian cities with a population of more than 100,000, as well as the capital and largest city in each province and territory. The most expensive cities are the larger cities, as well as those in the Prairie provinces and the North.
17. Weyburn, Saskatchewan
Weyburn lies some 110 km southeast of Regina and 70 km north of the border with the United States. It’s the 10th-largest city in Saskatchewan, with a population of nearly 11,000. Weyburn used to be home to the Souris Valley Mental Health Hospital, which back in the day was the largest building in the British Commonwealth. Nowadays the economy is based on grain as well as oil and gas. Primary real estate in Weyburn costs an average of $301,846.