not sure about that...
the median market income of Canadian families and unattached individuals went from $57,600 in 2019 to $55,700 in 2020, a decrease of 3.3%.
US Median household income was $67,521 in 2020,
a decrease of 2.9 percent from the 2019 median of $69,560 (Figure 1 and
Table A-1). This is the first statistically significant decline in
median household income since 2011.
when it comes to poverty it is a different story... US 14% vs Canada 13.5%
With 45 million Americans out of a total population of 320 million living in poverty, that works out to roughly one in seven. In Canada, with 5 million people in poverty out of a total population of 37 million, that works out to be just marginally (one-third of a percentage point) lower than the U.S. rate.