Where is the best place to retire in Ontario?

Asked by Daphne Strickland on September 10, 2021

Categories: Personal finance Retirement planning

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  • Kingston. Based on cost, access to healthcare and more, Kingston has cracked MoneySense Magazine's list of top places in all of Canada to retire in for the past several years.
  • Windsor.
  • London.
  • Peterborough.
  • Niagara.
  • Cobourg.
  • Collingwood andSurrounding Area.
  • Stratford.

Can you collect Canada Pension if you live outside of Canada? Canadians living abroad can apply for and receive government pensions like Canada Pension Plan (CPP), Quebec Pension Plan (QPP) and Old Age Security (OAS) in retirement. This is particularly important for OAS given the 20-year minimum residency threshold. A social security agreement may help you to-qualify.

Where do most seniors live in Canada? The four Atlantic provinces had average ages ranging from 42.7 to 43.7, the highest in Canada. B.C.also has the four municipalities, three of them on Vancouver Island, with the most seniors: Qualicum Beach (52.1 per cent), Parksville (42.4 per cent), Osoyoos (42.9 per cent)and Sidney (40.9 per cent).

What is the cheapest and safest country to live in? The World's Cheapest, Safest Retirement Countries

  • Australia. Global Peace Index: 13/163.
  • Czech Republic. Global Peace Index: 7/163.
  • Portugal. Global Peace Index: 4/163.
  • Slovenia. Global Peace Index: 11/163.
  • Spain. Global Peace Index: 30/163.
  • Malaysia. Global Peace Index: 35/163.
  • Chile. Global Peace Index: 28/163.
  • Costa Rica. Global Peace Index: 40/163. Cost of Living Index: 50.89.