This is for anyone who knows something about Western Canada. I'm from Ontario and I'm planning to move to Western Canada after I graduate in April 2008. I'll be looking for employment before I move. The cities I'm looking at are Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton, or their surrounding area. Lots of people and friends have moved out West for jobs. Those who went there didn't complain about the cost of living although it is much higher, but they seemed to have been satisfied with the higher pay to make up for it. Others who have never gone always seem to downplay the idea of moving out West because of it's high cost of living. So my question is, how expensive is it really? So, for the sake of it, we will compare regular items we buy and see how some things match up. Regular Dempster's Bread http://www.dempsters.ca/products/StayFresh_Bread.html 2L of Skim Milk 1 Movie Ticket A Dozen Eggs (Nature's Best if you have that) That's all I can think of for now, but next time I work, I'll get the exact prices. (I work at a grocery store.) If you have any other items you think are generally good for comparing, post them up. If there's anything else I need to know, that's good too. Thanks, I appreciate it!