10 Most Expensive Cities to Live in Canada

A new study says Vancouver is the most expensive city in Canada, but it doesn't crack the top 10 as one of the costliest cities for expatriate employees to be transferred to because of their jobs. Mercer's 2013 Cost of Living Survey says Canadian cites, overall, moved down in the ranking this year due to a slight decrease in the Canadian dollar against the U.S. dollar. The city of Luanada in Angola is the world's most expensive city for expats, followed by Moscow where a cup of coffee can cost $8.29. Here is a list by Insidermonkey experts about the 10 most expensive cities to live in Canada.

The Economist ranked Vancouver as the most expensive city to live in North America, with the average price of a house a whooping $748,651! Fortunately for visitors, experiencing Vancouver is worth the cost, and you might even stumble across a Hollywood celebrity in your hotel (the city now ranks at the third largest film industry center in North America). With more than 450 km (279 miles) of bike routes, Vancouver has the smallest carbon footprint of any major city in North America – and is striving to be “the world’s greenest city” by 2020! You can also check our list of 10 most expensive cities to live in Colorado,

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