As many employees continue to work remotely, there is an opportunity to relocate to a smaller, more remote place. Here is a list of some of the most affordable places to live in Canada:

Quesnel, BC

The average house price is $373,000.

Quesnel is located at the conjunction of the Fraser and Quesnel Rivers. Surrounded by the Rocky Mountains, this location is excellent for outdoor activities, with numerous provincial parks and spectacular scenery.

Major Industries: Forestry, healthcare, and agriculture.

Vegreville, Alberta

The average house price $ 219,400

An hour east of Edmonton, this town is home to the largest Ukrainian Easter Egg sculpture. There are lots of outdoor activities in this community, and it is close to a major global transportation corridor.

Major Industries: Agriculture and forestry.

Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

The average house price is $198,300.

Situated on the North Saskatchewan River, there are many places to experience here: museums, art galleries, casinos, and parks.

Major Industries: Retail, distribution centre for agriculture, forestry, and mining.

Portage la Prairie, Manitoba

The average house price is $225,000.

Home of the largest indoor wave pool and an outdoor wave pool, this city has much to offer. Train enthusiasts can visit the restored CPR railway station, and outdoor enthusiasts can visit the many parks and trails.

Major Industries: Agriculture with some of the best soil in North America.

Sault Ste. Marie Ontario

The average house price is $329,000.

Located in Northern Ontario, Sault Ste. Marie is the oldest French settlement in North America. It is known for its Bushplane Museum, trails, boardwalk, parks, and the Casino.

Major industries: Manufacturing of steel and forest products.

Rimouski, Quebec

The average house price is $227,673.

Located on the shores of the St. Lawrence River, Rimouski is known for its Historic Marine Museum, national parks, trails, and theatre.

Major industries: Manufacturing, marine research, lumber, leather. 

Moncton, New Brunswick

The average house price is $294,000.

This affordable city was ranked the best place to live in Atlantic Canada. It is known for its natural phenomena with Tidal Bore and Magnetic Hill.

Major Industries: Transportation/trucking, retail, tourism.

Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

The average house price is $244,000.

It is famous for its spectacular Cabot Trail, the Fortress of Louisbourg, museums, national parks, and many beautiful beaches.

Major Industries: Mining, aquaculture, healthcare.

Souris, Prince Edward Island

The average house price is $ 252,200.

A coastal town just 79 km from Charlottetown. With a population of 1300, this town is known for its beautiful beaches and parks.

Major industries: Fishing and lobster. It is also the main port.

Cornerbrook, Newfoundland and Labrador

The average house price is $ 195,000.

The snowiest city in Canada has a ski resort, shopping, restaurants, and beautiful wilderness.

Major Industries: Pulp & Paper, healthcare.

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