Canada’s Richest Neighbourhoods 2014: Top 10 High-Income Neighbourhoods

When keeping up with the neighbours means a seven-figure salary

 
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Canada’s 1% may not be as rich as you think, but there’s no shortage of money flowing into their already-capacious bank accounts. Here are Canada’s Richest Neighbourhoods, ranked by average annual household income. Click or tap any neighbourhood for more details:

Rank Overall Rank Neighbourhood Average Household Annual Income Average Household Annual Net Worth
1 16 Britannia, Calgary $1,452,094 $7.02 million
2 7 Kerrisdale, Vancouver $1,277,431 $10.6 million
3 2 York Mills-Winfields, Toronto $1,212,275 $21.6 million
4 13 West Bay & Sandy Cove, Vancouver $958,352 $8.19 million
5 1 Bridle Path, Toronto $936,137 $22.3 million
6 5 Summit Park, Montreal $906,659 $11.0 million
7 8 Lawrence Park North, Toronto $906,266 $10.4 million
8 15 Aberdeen & Forden, Montreal $850,991 $7.75 million
9 20 Roxboro, Calgary $845,038 $6.38 million
10 11 Kerrisdale Park, Vancouver $831,230 $9.26 million

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