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Canadian Financial Planner Salary

Under the Canadian government’s Working in Canada occupational classification system, financial planners are included among ”Other Financial Officers.” Salary figures for financial planners in the lesser populated provinces and territories are unavailable. The Government of Canada’s Working in Canada wages and outlook report shows that financial planners will be in high demand across the nation during the current ten-year period ending 2018, with an estimated 124,320 jobs becoming available during that time.

Area name
Employment
Low Starting or 5th Percentile Salary
CANADA total
60,040
$34,684
Alberta
6,015
$44,782
British Columbia
9,740
30,742
Manitoba
1,780
$35,900
New Brunswick
1,010
$39,374
Newfoundland and Labrador
340
N/A
Northwest Territories
35
N/A
Nova Scotia
1,530
$34,840
Nunavut
20
N/A
Ontario
27,250
$32,115
Prince Edward Island
180
N/A
Québec
19,710
$33,089
Saskatchewan
1,385
$40,976
Yukon
40
N/A

The Government of Canada compiled this salary and employment data for its 2011 Working in Canada Wages and Outlook Report.

Financial Advisor Salary in Canada

Investment advisers are referred to as investment analysts under the Canadian government’s occupational classification system. Investment advisers’ salaries vary across Canada depending upon the province or territory in which they work. The Government of Canada’s Working in Canada wages and outlook report shows the greatest job growth will occur in the following provinces and territories:

  • Winnipeg, Manitoba
  • Bas-Saint-Laurent, Laurentides, Laval, Monteregie, and Montreal, Quebec
  • Regina, Saskatoon
  • Rural West Saskatchewan
Area name
Employment
Low/Starting or 5th Percentile Salary
CANADA total
41,550
$37,430
Alberta
3,460
$42,109
British Columbia
3,575
$39,842
Manitoba
850
$31,200
New Brunswick
345
$35,505
Newfoundland and Labrador
220
41,600
Northwest Territories
25
N/A
Nova Scotia
595
$38,272
Nunavut
25
N/A
Ontario
23,165
$39,811
Prince Edward Island
25
N/A
Québec
8,665
$31,200
Saskatchewan
580
$37,336
Yukon
15
N/A

The Government of Canada compiled this salary and employment data for its 2011 Working in Canada Wages and Outlook Report.

Canadian Stock Broker Salary

Securities agents, investment dealers, and brokers, more commonly known as stockbrokers, are paid varying salaries in Canada according to where in the country they work. Most brokers make commissions on securities sales in addition to their salaries, so the average wage figures below do not tell the whole story. According to the Government of Canada’s Working in Canada wages and outlook report, the best opportunities for stockbrokers over the next few years are likely to be in Estrie, Quebec, while the nation as a whole is expected to see solid job growth for securities brokers through 2018.

Area name
Employment
Low/Starting or 5th Percentile Salary
CANADA total
23,700
$35,182
Alberta
2,165
$50,294
British Columbia
3,690
$27,268
Manitoba
450
$35,900
New Brunswick
275
N/A
Newfoundland and Labrador
60
N/A
Northwest Territories
0
N/A
Nova Scotia
375
$35,859
Nunavut
0
N/A
Ontario
11,430
$35,297
Prince Edward Island
10
N/A
Québec
4,860
$35,360
Saskatchewan
385
$26,300
Yukon
0
N/A

The Government of Canada compiled this salary and employment data for its 2011 Working in Canada Wages and Outlook Report.