Average and Median Total Family Income by Province, 1996
| ||Average Income||Median Income|
| Nova Scotia||45,087||39,796|
| New Brunswick||46,284||40,150|
Source: Prepared by the Canadian Council on Social Development, using data from Statistics Canada, Income Distributions by Size in Canada 1996 (cat. no. 13-207-XPB).
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Example: The average family income in Canada in 1996 was $56,629. Half of all families had incomes higher than $49,411, while the other half had incomes below $49,411. The lowest average and median incomes were in Newfoundland; the highest were in Ontario.
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