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Table 26
Median after-tax income and number of economic families, census metropolitan areas, 2005
Census metropolitan areas Median after-tax income Economic families
dollars number
Source: Statistics Canada, Census of Population, 2006.
Abbotsford 57,065 41,905
Barrie 63,835 49,375
Brantford 59,050 35,290
Calgary 70,016 292,885
Edmonton 66,567 282,700
Greater Sudbury / Grand Sudbury 59,764 46,080
Guelph 67,008 35,300
Halifax 57,413 105,010
Hamilton 63,460 193,340
Kelowna 53,810 47,670
Kingston 60,889 42,730
Kitchener 64,343 125,055
London 60,359 127,385
Moncton 52,432 36,875
Montréal 53,879 997,090
Oshawa 69,389 92,840
Ottawa - Gatineau 68,803 312,765
Peterborough 56,489 33,240
Québec 55,984 202,930
Regina 61,030 53,900
Saguenay 50,829 44,705
Saint John 51,336 35,300
Saskatoon 56,540 63,945
Sherbrooke 49,445 51,825
St. Catharines - Niagara 56,494 111,550
St. John's 54,160 52,410
Thunder Bay 59,403 35,115
Toronto 65,184 1,347,665
Trois-Rivières 48,844 39,980
Vancouver 60,885 559,270
Victoria 61,218 91,405
Windsor 63,418 89,590
Winnipeg 56,275 188,875