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14%
Overall NAT. AVG.
16%
Goods & Services NAT. AVG.
26%
Housing NAT. AVG.
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Date & Last Updated: This data reflects 2020 and was released from Statistics Canada.
The cost of living index is based on a national average of 100. For example, if the cost of living is 90, then it is 10% lower than average. If the cost of living is 110, then it is 10% higher than average. The breakdown for each index is as follows: goods & services (33%), groceries (13%), health care (5%), housing (30%), transportation (9%) and utilities (10%). If the cost of living data was unavailable for this city, estimates based upon nearby cities were used.
Index Hudson Quebec National
Cost of living8682100
Goods & Services8484100
Groceries100100100
Health care102102100
Housing7462100
Transportation100100100
Utilities8484100

Cost Of Living Quick Facts

  • The cost of living in Hudson is 5% higher than the Quebec average
  • The cost of living in Hudson is 14% lower than the national average
  • Hudson housing is 26% lower than the national average
  • Quebec general sales tax is 66% higher than the national average
  • Quebec state income tax is 78% higher than the national average

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      Quebec Sales Tax

      State General Sales Tax With Max Surtax
      Quebec 9.975% 14.975%

      Quebec Income Tax

      State Income Tax (Low) Income Tax (High)
      Quebec 15% 25.75%

      Goods & Services

      Item Hudson National avg. Difference
      Personal Care $106.00$94.3312.4%
      Recreation $98.00$102.334.2%

      Groceries

      Item Hudson National avg. Difference
      Meat, Poultry and Fish $100.00$102.272.2%
      Dairy Products and Eggs $102.00$104.672.5%
      Bakery and Cereal Products $103.00$111.677.8%
      Fruit and Vegetables $99.00$113.4012.7%
      Alcoholic Beverages $92.00$105.8013.0%

      Health Care

      Item Hudson National avg. Difference
      Doctor $98.00$101.073.0%

      Housing

      Item Hudson National avg. Difference
      Home Price ($) $596,116.00$663,503.0010.2%
      Apartment Rent ($) $n/a$1,274.00100.0%

      Transportation

      Item Hudson National avg. Difference
      Gasoline $104.00$102.071.9%

      Utilities

      Item Hudson National avg. Difference
      All Electricity $98.00$98.600.6%
      Although the cost of living data is updated regularly, this cost of living information is to be used as estimates only as prices can change on an ongoing basis.

      Nearby cities with low cost of living

      City Population Cost of Living Index National Avg.
      Brownsburg-Chatham, QC7,2097128.6%
      Lachute, QC13,1847228.1%
      Saint-Télesphore, QC7847228.1%
      Saint-Polycarpe, QC2,3947228.0%
      Pointe-Calumet, QC6,9127227.6%
      Hudson, QC5,6438614.5%

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      City Population Cost of Living Index National Avg.
      Creston, BC5,6438515.1%
      Solvang, CA5,644n/a 
      Malone, NY5,644n/a 
      Carlinville, IL5,645n/a 
      Buckner, KY5,640n/a 
      Hudson, QC5,6438614.5%
      Date & Last Updated: This data reflects 2020 and was released from Statistics Canada.