Just released today - income data from the 2016 Census. Read the The Daily for some key results from the 2016 Census, such as a the median total income of Canadians is $70,336 in 2015. However, growth was not distributed evenly across Canada - median income growth was highest in Nunavut and Saskatchewan (resource-based provinces) while median income growth was slowest in Ontario and Quebec.
Here are some articles from Statistics Canada:
- Children living in low-income households
- Household contribution rates for selected registered savings accounts
Get the data here:
The Census Profiles have also been updated with income data, providing a look at income trends down to the Census Tract and Dissemination Area level.
For the full release schedule, click here: Census Program Release Schedule
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