Quebec City is one of the most affordable and least expensive cities in Canada. For a single individual, the cost of living in the city is roughly $2,000 per month, including rent, groceries, transportation, utilities and so forth. However, the cost may add up if you have a family or a child.
Here is a breakdown of the expenses:
Rent – The average cost of rent in Quebec City center is $731 for a one-bedroom apartment per month. The average cost for a detached home is $240,000.
Utilities – Utilities include electricity, water, natural gas, and even cell phones. In Quebec City, utility expenses can account for $60 – $120 each month.
Groceries -The average household grocery in Quebec City is $50 a week; this adds up to $200 a month.
Transportation – An adult pass in Quebec City costs $85.6 per month. The transportation cost is even higher (up to $500) if you have a car.
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