Cleaning services are very easy to find, at least in Montreal, and they've been readily available for a long time. Interestingly, thanks to the Wonderful Wacky World Wide Web, there are now many other (often inexpensive) services available online that can allow you to delegate or "outsource" all kinds of everyday tasks, to let you focus on... well, anything else.
Have a specific manual task that you don't want (or can't) do? TaskRabbit allows you to post a job on their site, like "buy groceries", "put up shelves" or "walk pet tiger". Once your task is posted, it is matched to Taskers with relevant skills. Each Tasker is vetted by the site and rated by previous users. You pick a Tasker, agree to pay for at least one hour of work and there you go. You can clean out the junk in your garage without lifting a finger! You're welcome.
Do you have some kind of writing, drawing or recording task to delegate? Maybe you want help advertising something? Check out Fiverr. It's a marketplace for selling (generally online) services starting at $5. Of course, all of the sellers offer the option of making the service they render more elaborate if you pay extra, but you could just stick to the strict minimum if it is good enough.
... Or Do the Work Yourself
On the other hand, if you actually like selling things on eBay, running errands or if you have a specific skill you'd like to rent out (kudos!), all of the above sites are also for you! Just sign up as a trading assistant, Tasker or seller and start making some money. Possibly some of my money!