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We're renting an acreage that's for sale that's 5 minutes outside of Saskatoon if you wanna buy it lol.


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Can't beat the Yukon! Winter from October to May with usually about 2 weeks of -40 celcius, long days in the summer where it never really gets dark, 32,000 people living in 500,000 square kilometers. Pristine. What's not to love?


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Thanks for all the amazing suggestions, guys. I am going to look into each place mentioned. Will respond after I check things out!

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Can't beat the Yukon! Winter from October to May with usually about 2 weeks of -40 celcius, long days in the summer where it never really gets dark, 32,000 people living in 500,000 square kilometers. Pristine. What's not to love?


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I love long summer days and lots of sunlight.. the less winter/snow the better!

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I need acreage and space... I want to take my pack of dogs for a walk without leashes and not see anyone.

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why do you want to move from where you are-sometimes where you are is the best-I lived in Kingston a gazillion years ago and loved it-maritime provinces are also great-Cape breton tons of areas to hike and swim your dog
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What about outside Ottawa or Kingston? Not sure how those COL compare to Toronto as I've only visited and never looked into housing other than knowing rough housing costs directly in the Thousand Islands area.
Ottawa is not bad but it's definitely not cheap, especially for acreage which is very hard to find. I love the Ottawa area because most of my family and my job which I love is here but if you're looking for cheap I wouldn't recommend Ottawa or the area.

Kingston is nice, I have a Aunt who's lived there for years but it's a retirement area due to the water and climate and the costs are fairly high because of that. It's worth looking into though, it is very nice and you never know what you can find

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Looking for somewhere to move within Canada... suggestions?

The maritimes are beautiful, I love it here. The cost of living is what you'd expect for our economy, properties tend to be a little over priced depending on which area you're looking at but some towns have an expected selling time of 2+ years so its definitely a buyers market. One thing to keep in mind is the job market is really bleak here, if you're bilingual that's a big advantage.


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We took a trip up to Prince Edward Island last summer and it was very nice. It didn't seem any more expensive then anyplace else in Canada. There were a lot of dog friendly places too. The drive through N.S. was very beautiful too. Lot's and lots of land with nothing.

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