A study released by Stats Canada shows Albertans have the highest household income. A study released this week shows the average household income in Canada is just above 77 thousand dollars a year ($71 700). Albertans are cashing in with nearly 20 thousand annually above the Canadian median, with $92 300 after taxes coming into the average Albertan home. What Canadians earn varies vastly from province to province with striking difference between Alberta and the lowest earning province, New Brunswick. Which brings in 55 per cent lower than us here in oil country, at $59 300 annually.