Did you know?
Did you know? In 2018, the average household wealth in British Columbia ($927,000) was almost double that of the Atlantic provinces ($472,000).
By responsibly using new data sources, we provide Canadians with greater insights.
Note to readers
To find out more about household debt in Canada, consult the March 27 Daily article "Distributions of household economic accounts for income, consumption, saving and wealth of Canadian households, 2018," which uses administrative data to provide detailed information on the financial vulnerabilities of specific groups and the resulting implications for economic wellbeing and financial stability.
Learn how we use new data sources to provide Canadians with greater insights. Visit our Using new and existing data for official statistics module.
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