3 Postcard-Perfect Canadian Communities to Call Home

More Canadians are considering moving out of the cities than ever before.  After the peaks of Covid-19, everyone seems to want a place they can call their own and slip away from the craziness of city life for a while.

If this sounds like you, consider making a move to one of these beautiful areas that Canada calls home!

Why Idyllic Towns in 2022?

The Covid-19 pandemic has shown us the importance of being in a community we can trust and how vital it is to have a space for yourself.  Small cities and towns offer an opportunity to slip away from the hustle and bustle and enjoy clean air, beautiful surroundings, and neighbors that you can get to know.

Although Whistler homes for sale are some of the most expensive in the country, the other cities on this list offer a far lower cost of living than their nearby cities and give you the chance to enjoy more space for less.  After all: isn’t that what everyone wants?

Niagara Falls, Ontario

Named after the world-famous waterfalls that call it home, this city overlooks endless beauty year-round, offering a chance to feel like you’re always at the edge of a beautiful waterfall.  Home to just under 50,000 people, you can enjoy escaping into one of the most beautiful areas on Earth and get the joy of calling it home.  Although the falls are nice, the people here, and the fantastic architecture, all make this area even better.

Whistler, British Columbia

If you’ve never been to Whistler, you’re missing out!  This mountain city less than a couple of hours from Vancouver is an excitingly beautiful place to visit: and an even better place to live.  Known best for the winter sports it offers, Whistler has long and gorgeous winters that will inspire you to get the most use out of the natural hot springs you can and particularly green summers that feel like you’re spending every day at summer camp.  The second smallest city on this list, with just 11,000 people: you’ll love calling Whistler home.

Banff, Alberta

Just above the American border, this town of 8,000 people feels like paradise the moment you land.  Similar to Whistler, it’s well known for its winter sports: but in the spring and summer, you’ll truly be blown away.  Fantastic greenery fills the mountain range with possibilities from hiking to camping, and the artistic and fun vibe this city gives off leaves people excited to see and do more.  Although this is a tourism town, even the tourists can be a perk since they’re fun and exciting to talk to, allowing you a glimpse into the whole world outside of Canada.

Smaller Towns Are Calling For You

Whether you’re in a small city and want to go smaller, or you’re in Toronto and need an out: there are a billion reasons why anyone would want to move to a postcard-perfect small town like any of these. So, get your camera ready for gorgeous pictures, and make a trip that might inspire you to move to one of these beautiful areas.