List of Median household income of cities in Canada

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Median family income of the largest cities (census metropolitan area) in Canada for the year 2010. (All census families)

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[1]== Canadian Census Metropolitan Areas ranked by median family income ==

Rank Census Metropolitan Area Population Median
Family Income
5 Ottawa CMA 1,236,324 $96,135
1 Calgary CMA 1,214,839 $104,410
2 Edmonton CMA 1,159,869 $101,870
3 Regina CMA 210,556 $97,940
7 Oshawa 149,607 $92,080
6 Saskatoon CMA 260,600 $94,580
4 St John's, NL CMA 196,966 $96,320
9 Victoria, BC CMA 344,630 $89,640
13 Kingston, ON CMA 159,561 $86,870
12 Kitchener-Cambridge-Waterloo CMA 477,160 $86,930
10 Hamilton CMA 721,053 $87,590
8 Greater Sudbury CMA 160,770 $90,550
15 Halifax CMA 390,096 $85,940
11 Québec, QC CMA 765,706 $87,570
14 Thunder Bay CMA 121,596 $86,410
16 Winnipeg CMA 730,018 $81,880
17 London, ON CMA 474,786 $80,570
19 Windsor, ON CMA 319,246 $78,700
23 Saguenay, QC CMA 157,790 $76,880
21 Saint John, NB CMA 127,761 $77,730
20 Toronto CMA 5,583,064 $78,280
18 Vancouver CMA 2,313,328 $79,930
22 Montréal CMA 3,824,221 $76,950
24 St. Catharines–Niagara CMA 392,184 $74,170
27 Trois-Rivières, QC CMA 151,773 $71,520
26 Sherbrooke, QC CMA 201,890 $73,250
25 Abbotsford-Mission, BC CMA 170,191 $73,960

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