- According to published incomes on government job opportunities web pages, pay is highest in Edmonton, and then Regina. Victoria pays, on average, 10% per year less for the same job in the public sector when compared to Edmonton.
- According to median income data, Edmonton is $76,300, Victoria is $61,700, Regina is $59,100.
- Clearly, Regina's private sector employment prospects are quite probably less inviting, however, in the case of Ms. HHV's employer, job classifications do not change with regions, which means should she transfer to another province, her pay will remain the same.
- In Edmonton, there are 983, 3 or more bedroom, 2 or more bathroom SFHs for sale under $400K, in Regina 375, in Victoria, 32.
- Edmonton is approximately twice as populated as Victoria.
- Regina is approximately half as populated as Victoria.
First, Edmonton: $314K
Second, Regina: $280K
And Victoria: $335K
We haven't come to any conclusions yet. But all of our research is leading us to this question: just how much of our future are we willing to leverage to live in Victoria?