Maximum Assessable / Insurable Earnings

The table below lists the maximum assessable / insurable earnings for each province and territory for the latest years available. Some values are preliminary and subject to change.

 20162017201820192020202120222023
Newfoundland and Labrador$62,540$63,420$64,375$65,600$66,980$67,985$69,005$72,870
Prince Edward Island$52,200$52,800$53,400$55,000$55,300$55,300$58,300$65,000
Nova Scotia$58,200$59,300$59,800$60,900$62,000$64,500$69,000$69,800
New Brunswick$61,800$62,700$63,600$64,800$66,200$67,100$69,200$74,800
Québec$71,500$72,500$74,000$76,500$78,500$83,500$88,000$91,000
Ontario$88,000$88,500$90,300$92,600$95,400$97,308$100,422$110,000
Manitoba$125,000$127,000$127,000$127,000$127,000$127,000$150,000$153,380
Saskatchewan$69,242$76,086$82,627$88,314$88,906$91,100$94,440$96,945
Alberta$98,700$98,700$98,700$98,700$98,700$98,700$98,700$102,100
British Columbia$80,600$81,900$82,700$84,800$87,100$100,000$108,400$112,800
Yukon$84,837$85,601$86,971$89,145$90,750$91,930$94,320$98,093
Northwest Territories and Nunavut$88,600$90,600$90,600$92,400$94,500$97,300$102,200$107,400

 

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