What a middle-class income means in 12 Canadian cities

The median middle class income in Canada was $70,336 in 2015, according to Statistics Canada. But that could be a little or a lot, depending on where you live.

Here’s what constitutes a middle-class income in 12 cities across Canada, based on figures provided by StatsCan to Global News. In Calgary and Edmonton, a middle-class income often crosses the $100,000 threshold. In Ottawa and Regina, you to make to upwards of $155,000 and $151,000 respectively to be considered above middle class.

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