Alberta
Is Calling

Affordable, friendly, and rich in opportunity, Alberta is the answer to building your future.

It's an inside-out view of an ice cave in the mountains.

Maligne Canyon, Jasper

Maligne Canyon, Jasper National Park
A person with a backpack is looking at the mountains and their reflection in the lake in front.

Moraine Lake, Banff

Moraine Lake, Banff
A person is walking in a yellow canola field.

Longview, Southern Alberta

Longview, Alberta
A person sitting on a ridge with their dog is taking a photo of the view from the top.

Waterton Lake, Southern Alberta

Waterton Lakes National Park

FIND THINGS YOU’D NEVER EXPECT. LIKE A CENTRALLY LOCATED HOUSE YOU CAN AFFORD.

Affordability

Enjoy Canada’s highest average wages and lowest taxes. Plus, own a house in one of our two major cities for as little as $450,000.

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Provincial Sales Tax In Alberta

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13%

Harmonized Sales Tax In Ontario

Alberta’s the only province with no PST or HST and offers the lowest overall taxes in Canada – helping you keep more in your pocket.

$1,266

Average Residential Rent In Alberta

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$2,456

Average Residential Rent In British Columbia

$2,232

Average Residential Rent In Ontario

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Provincial Fuel Tax In Alberta

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27¢/L

Provincial Fuel Tax in Vancouver

9¢/L

Provincial Fuel Tax in Ontario

Buy a house and have more money in the bank

In Edmonton, you can own 4 homes for the same price as 1 in Vancouver.

Stats courtesy of: WOWA Housing Market

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$41,252

Household disposable income

Calgary’s high average household disposable income (per capita) means you'll have enough money to live comfortably.

69%

Cost of buying a home in Ontario

In Toronto, most of your income goes towards home ownership. It takes 69% of your salary to own a home.

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Owning a home in Alberta

In Edmonton, home ownership, on average, takes well under a third of your annual income.

IT’S MOUNTAIN TIME SOMEWHERE.

Lifestyle

Alberta has lots to offer — more sun, more mountains, more experiences. Get outside and be part of nature or dive into our exciting cultural scene.

#3

World’s Most Livable City

Calgary’s not only North America’s most livable city, it also ranks #3 on The Economist's 2022 World’s Most Liveable Cities list.

#2

LARGEST FRINGE FESTIVAL

Edmonton Fringe Festival is the longest running (est. 1982) & largest in North America. It’s also the 2nd biggest fringe festival in the world.

50 mins

DRIVE TIME TO THE MOUNTAINS

You can drive from the Southwest edge of Calgary to Canmore in less than an hour, but you’ll get great views of the mountains before that.

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333 days

Canada’s sunniest city

Calgary tops the sunniest places in Canada and receives over 300 days of sunshine a year.

160 kms

Canada’s largest urban park

Edmonton’s River Valley has 160 kilometres of maintained pathways, trails, and major parks.

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Tight-knit communities

80% of locals engage in volunteering activities.

A SOFTWARE DEVELOPER, NURSE AND PLUMBER WALK INTO A PROVINCE.
THEY ALL GET JOBS.

Careers

New opportunities await you. Alberta has high wages and openings in a wide range of sectors, including energy, tech, finance, agriculture, health care, skilled trades and more.

High Demand

JOBS IN THE TECH SECTOR

High Demand

JOBS IN HEALTH
CARE

High Demand

JOBS IN SKILLED TRADES

Alberta offers the highest median after-tax income in Canada.

Stats courtesy of: Statistics Canada

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45yo

Youngest workforce

Alberta has the highest number of workers under the age of 45 in the country.

$72.5k

Higher incomes

Alberta’s median after-tax income is the highest in the country.

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Endless opportunities

Alberta has some of North America's largest companies and the most head offices (per capita).

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