Ever wonder how your income stacks up against the rest of Canada?

It turns out, where you live plays a big role in how much you earn and as you might have guessed, this differs (sometimes greatly) between each Canadian city. Rather than comparing your income to Canada’s average as a whole, comparing by each major city will give you a much more accurate look.

You could be a baller and not even know it… or it might be time to move if you know what we mean.

See the average household income, courtesy of Statistics Canada, by each major Canadian city below:

1. Toronto

Median Household Income: $75,270

2. Montreal

Median Household Income: $75,010

3. Vancouver

Median Household Income: $76,040

4. Ottawa

Median Household Income: $102,020

5. Calgary

Median Household Income: $104,530 (highest in Canada)

6. Edmonton

Median Household Income: $101,470

7. Quebec

Median Household Income: $76,450

8. Saskatoon

Median Household Income: $93,400

9. Halifax

Median Household Income: $84,560

10. Winnipeg

Median Household Income: $79,850

11. Victoria

Median Household Income: $86,430

Are you shocked by the average incomes of these major Canadian cities?

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