Saskatchewan capital Regina ranked a respectable 97th place out of 415 cities across the country. The Best Places to Live ranks 415 cities across the country based on 10 categories: Wealth and economy, affordability, population growth, taxes, commute, crime, weather, access to health care, amenities and culture.
What is it like living in Regina?
Regina is the sunniest capital city in Canada. Regina is a four-season city that generally experiences warm springs and summers, pleasant falls, and cold, dry winters. Average temperatures range from 23 degrees Celsius in summer (73 degrees Fahrenheit) to -11 degrees C (12 degrees F) in winter.
Is Regina expensive to live in?
Summary about cost of living in Regina, Canada: A single person estimated monthly costs are 865$ (1,098C$) without rent. Regina is 32.27% less expensive than New York (without rent). Rent in Regina is, on average, 72.84% lower than in New York.
What is the average cost of living in Saskatchewan?
Summary about cost of living in Saskatoon, Canada: Family of four estimated monthly costs are 3,249$ (4,111C$) without rent. A single person estimated monthly costs are 932$ (1,179C$) without rent.
Is it worth living in Saskatchewan?
Cost of Living Saskatchewan is a great place to live and raise a family and to locate or invest in a business: Housing costs are lower in Saskatchewan than in most major cities in Canada, and owning a home is affordable and achievable for most people.
Is it difficult to get a job in Saskatchewan?
It depends what line of work you are looking for. The province of Saskatchewan has about 1.1 million people (the GTA is six times larger). Consequently the employment market fits this population and you may find opportunities very limited.