When it comes to median family income, Vancouverites are trailing most of Canada.

Vancouver ranked 22nd out of 33 census metropolitan areas in a Statistics Canada report released Thursday that looked at 2008 personal income tax returns.

The Canadian median family income average is $68,860, which is slightly higher than Vancouver’s at $68,670.

Leading the pack are Calgary families at $91,570, with Abbotsford-Mission coming in third-last of all areas studied at $63,680.

However, when it comes to Vancouver’s single people, at $26,560 they’re above the Canadian average of $24,810, but still rank 13th. Calgarians again rank first, at $35,710.