The average cost of living in Canada is much lower than US and Australia. Consumer and rent prices are about 20% lower in Canada compared to Australia and about 11% lower compared to the US.
Below is the description of your expenses in Canada:
Housing and utility- However, 30 to 50 percent of your expenses will be on house rent and utilities.
Food and groceries will depend on your family size. It can cost you more if you eat more in restaurants or purchase your food from there.
Health cover expenses– if you are not covered as a new immigrant
Clothing-will cost you about ten percent of your salary
The other expenses, i.e.transportation, telecommunication back home, etc. will largely depend on how you use the same. It all depends on how much you earn and how well you manage your budget