Civil Engineer Salary in Canada

In Canada, the median wage for civil engineers is $38.5/hr

Civil Engineer Salary in Canada

In 2017, civil engineers reported higher wages in Alberta.

CIVIL ENGINEERS (NOC 2131-A)
2017 Wages ($/hr)
Province/Territory Low Median High
Canada 24.04 38.5 62
Alberta 28.85 42.62 70
British Columbia 20.19 35 67
Northwest Territories 28.36 45.9 66.64
Manitoba 23 38.46 62.5
Ontario 23 38.46 60
Saskatchewan 26.12 38.24 57.69
Québec 25.64 38.5 54.95
Nova Scotia 16 35.58 53.85
New Brunswick 17 35.34 52.5
Prince Edward Island 24 35.39 52.31
Newfoundland and Labrador N/A N/A N/A
Nunavut N/A N/A N/A
Yukon N/A N/A N/A
Source: Job Bank. September 2017



According to Canada’s Job Bank, the civil engineer median wage was $38.5/hr. in 2016.

In Alberta, civil engineers reported the highest median wages in 2016.

CIVIL ENGINEERS (NOC 2131-A)
2016 Wages ($/hr)
Province/Territory Low Median High
Canada 24.04 38.5 60.75
Alberta 28.85 43.27 70
British Columbia 21.46 36.78 67
Northwest Territories 28.36 45.9 66.64
Ontario 23 38.46 59.35
Nova Scotia 21 38.05 58.46
Manitoba 20 36.06 58.44
Saskatchewan 25 37.5 57.69
Québec 25 36 57
Newfoundland and Labrador 21.79 33.75 56.41
Prince Edward Island 21.63 35.58 54.36
New Brunswick 23.08 35 51.28
Nunavut N/A N/A N/A
Yukon N/A N/A N/A
Source: Job Bank. November 2016*

*Wages are reviewed and updated on the Job Bank Web site on an annual basis.

Licensing

Engineers are regulated everywhere in Canada. In order to use one of the reserved titles, you are required to be registered with a provincial or territorial regulatory authority to be authorized to practise as an engineer anywhere in Canada.

CIVIL ENGINEER SALARY IN CANADA (2017)

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