The Canadian Real Estate Association provides average prices for Canadian real estate across the country.
According to the National Price Map, buying a home in British Columbia or Ontario would hurt your bank account way more than in the other provinces.
For example, the average price in Ontario is $864,159 as of February 2021 whereas right next door in Quebec, the average sits at $418,230.
Meanwhile, that number lands at $887,695 in B.C. which is pretty pricey compared to Alberta, where the average is $418,403.
Over in Newfoundland and Labrador, real estate prices are sitting nice and low at $282,500 according to the map.
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