September 13, 2017 9:58amET
New 2016 census data from Statistics Canada shows the income levels for all 338 federal ridings.
Here are the 10 ridings with the highest median household income. Half are found in Calgary and Edmonton:
|Fort McMurray–Cold Lake, AB||$155,906|
|Sherwood Park–Fort Saskatchewan, AB||$124,239|
|Calgary Rocky Ridge, AB||$121,462|
|Oakville North–Burlington, ON||$120,556|
|St. Albert–Edmonton, AB||$111,469|
|Calgary Signal Hill, AB||$111,190|
|Calgary Shepard, AB||$110,703|
Quebec has eight of the 10 ridings with the lowest median household income:
|Hamilton Centre, ON||$43,717|
|Winnipeg Centre, MB||$46,282|
Browse the map to see numbers for all 338 federal ridings:
Federal ridings were redrawn in 2012 based on the 2011 census — with an additional 30 seats added to the House of Commons.
For more on the 2016 Census, here’s CPAC’s Danielle Young: