According to data released Wednesday by Statistics Canada, Calgary is Canada's richest city in terms of median family income.
Calgary's median family income rose 5.2 per cent in 2012 to $98,300.
Edmonton came a strong second, with income rising 4.5 per cent over the following year to reach $96,030.
Former title holder Ottawa-Gatineau fell to third place, recording a 0.8 per cent gain to $94,230.
Saskatchewan's largest cities, Regina and Saskatoon, rounded out the top five.
The study compared 33 metropolitan areas in Canada.
Nationally, median total family income increased by 1.7 per cent to $74,540 during the same period.
A report early this week found Calgary has six of the country's 25 richest neighbourhoods, and that the city's Britannia neighbourhood also boasts the highest average annual income in Canada, at $1.45 million.