Response of the Government of Canada to the Report of the 2003 Judicial Compensation and Benefits Commission

ANNEX 2

Table 17: Net Income of Canadian Lawyers as Reported by CRATax Year 2000, Excluding Income Below $60,000  Source: Canada Revenue Agency; Morneau Sobeco
Province All Ages Ages 44 to 56
Number Average Income Number Average Income 75th Percentile 75th Projected to 2004
Newfoundland 151 $174,500 92 $175 700 n/a n/a
Prince Edward Island 32 $124,300 23 $128,700 n/a n/a
Nova Scotia 339 $139, 600 205 $143, 300 $163, 200 $174, 800
New Brunswick 231 $146 300 126 $144, 800 $190, 000 $203, 500
Quebec 2 665 $173,700 1 404 $178,800 $219,400 $235,000
Ontario 6 169 214,900$ 3 225 $233, 300 $291, 000 $311, 700
Manitoba 386 $149, 000 211 $157, 300 $190, 500 $204, 000
Saskatchewan 288 $139,200 165 $138,200 $167,200 $179,100
Alberta 870 $201,900 453 $215,700 $278,000 $297,700
British Columbia 1 014 $163, 800 565 $172, 100 $216, 900 $232, 300
Canada 12 194 $192,500 6 487 $204,100 $247,300 $264,900

Source: Judicial Compensation and Benefits Commission Report, May 31, 2004m,www.quadcom.gc.ca, p.46

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