I hope that you are having some success. I have just finished my training at the Moncton Flight College. I have trained in Alberta (Edmonton and Calgary), and I agree with the info posted here so far. Although, I do not recommend going for perfect weather. I went to Moncton specifically for the cold, fog and potential icing conditions. Once training is over, you will almost certainly have to fly out of different airports and in less than perfect weather. Moncton offers the opportunity to experience lousy weather, with very good instructors as protection. Yes, there are days when you do not fly, but you can use the time to study.
For cost of living, Eastern Canada is hard to beat. In Moncton, you can get a room in a house full of student pilots for $350CDN/month and it is within walking distance. The school is also converting one of their old buildings into a dormitory.
Moncton Flight College also has a great international student base, and is one of the few schools in North America that is lisenced to provide JAA training (if you are interested in European qualifications).
Moncton meets all of the other criteria as well: Big fleet, onsite maintenance, competitive prices, good instructors, variety of nearby airports and traffic conditions.