I think it's a male Phidippus borealis (you might wanty to do an image search through google). I've had about a dozen of these same spiders, males and females, around my house this year. I even got to watch them mating. I have lots of pictures of various males, if you'd like to see some. One interesting thing I've noticed is the pattern on the back of the male's opisthesoma varies slightly from one spider to another, like our fingerprints do between us. Specifically, the orange flecks or cheverons in between the braod bands are different for different spiders. So, I've been able to identify and follow specific individuals from day to day, based on their individual markings.
Nice to see these spiders can be found across Canada (I'm in Alberta).
By a lucky chance I came across this male on the outside of my house this evening and managed to get some pictures. This one has more orange on its opisthosoma than the two I posted earlier; quite a contrast!