If you're moving from Toronto, these spots are a steal.
If you live in the 6ix, you know that rent can often cost you your entire paycheque. However, there are spots you can live across Ontario that will help save your wallet.
PadMapper has revealed the cheapest Ontario cities to rent in and you might want to start packing your bags.
London comes in second with an average price of $1,250 and St. Catharines with an average price of $1,300.
Compared to the average price of a Toronto one-bedroom which is $1,800, these places can save you upwards of $700 a month.