10 Best Places to Retire in Canada:2021. Check Out No 3 and 1.

On: May 20, 2020
By: Abhishek Dey

1. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Experts set to dig in on Saskatoon's downtown arena debate
Source: ckom.com

The South Saskatchewan River cuts Saskatoon in half, but several bridges unite the city. This college town is home to the University of Saskatchewan. The city is named after an edible berry, often enjoyed locally in pies and jams. The new Remai Modern museum provides a unique space where retirees can enjoy and create art, including an extensive collection of linocuts by Pablo Picasso. The majority of residents (72.1%) rate their life satisfaction as 8 or higher, but 12.7% report a satisfaction score of 6 or lower. Another significant point to note is that the provincial taxes in Saskatoon are lower than some in other provinces, with a sales tax of just five per cent.

When it comes time to find a mortgage lender, there are a number of factors you’ll want to consider before making your decision. Maybe you’re looking for the lowest rates and fees, or perhaps you’re trying to find an online lender. Residents of Saskatoon enjoy a very affordable cost of living especially as the steady population growth has contributed to the increasing growth in the job market. Some of the factors that make Saskatoon an affordable city to live in include; low utility costs, low car insurance payments and minimal costs of commuting (the average for most workers is just 20 minutes).

The 10 Best Places to Retire in Canada

  • Saguenay, Quebec
  • Trois-Rivières, Quebec
  • St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Greater Sudbury, Ontario
  • Quebec City
  • Saint John, New Brunswick
  • Sherbrooke, Quebec
  • Thunder Bay, Ontario
  • Moncton, New Brunswick
  • Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

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