Prince George has been named one of the cheapest places to retire in Canada according to a survey from Numbeo.
The northern capital was recognized for its over 100 parks and green spaces along with its array of rivers and ski areas.
The survey noted rent prices are favourable and that health care is above average.
Other cities that made the cut include West Kelowna, Quebec City, Regina, Halifax, Charlottetown and Winnipeg.
A link can be found here.