Nurse Salary in Canada
In 2016, the median wage for nurses was $36.00/hr. in Canada
According to Canada’s Job Bank, in 2016, the median wage for nurses was $36.00/hr.
Salaries for nurses vary by province. In 2016, for example, in Prince Edward Island, registered nurses had the lowest wage ($19.00/hr) while in Nunavut nurses had the highest wage ($80.53/hr).
|REGISTERED NURSES AND REGISTERED PSYCHIATRIC NURSES (NOC 3012-A)|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||23.34||38||43|
|Prince Edward Island||19||35||39|
|Source: Job Bank. November 2016*|
*Wages are reviewed and updated on the Job Bank Web site on an annual basis.
Registered Nurse Licensing
Registration with a regulatory body is required in all provinces and territories for this occupation.