6) St. Albert, Alberta
The cost of living in Alberta province is among the lowest in Canada. This makes a high quality of life very attainable in many of its cities, including St. Albert. As a city of 64,645, a large part of community life is the entertainment, events, and clubs. The Servus Credit Union Place, a sprawling fitness and lifestyle center, is visited by one million people a year. There’s over one hundred performances at the Arden Theater annually. It’s also home to the Outdoors Farmer’s Market (largest in western Canada), the International Children’s Festival, and blooming Botanical Gardens. Explore the city via the Red Willow Trail System, 85 kilometers of trails that connect the parks and neighborhoods. With a low unemployment rate and average household income of $136,000, residents comfortably enjoy daily life. Albertans also generally enjoy lower taxes, lower gas prices, and no health care premiums.
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