1. Shaughnessy Heights: Despite its proximity to the Granville Street corridor, this stretch of Shaughnessy is the wealthiest neighbourhood in B.C. (RealtyLink)

1. Shaughnessy Heights: Despite its proximity to the Granville Street corridor, this stretch of Shaughnessy is the wealthiest neighbourhood in B.C. (RealtyLink)

1. Shaughnessy Heights: Despite its proximity to the Granville Street corridor, this stretch of Shaughnessy is the wealthiest neighbourhood in B.C. (RealtyLink)

1. Shaughnessy Heights: Despite its proximity to the Granville Street corridor, this stretch of Shaughnessy is the wealthiest neighbourhood in B.C. (RealtyLink)

2. Kerrisdale: To the east of the Kerrisdale's main commercial strip, this area had a whopping average household income of $1.15 million (RealtyLink)

2. Kerrisdale: To the east of the Kerrisdale's main commercial strip, this area had a whopping average household income of $1.15 million (RealtyLink)

3. Kerrisdale Park: To the east of Arbutus Street, this stretch of Kerrisdale is defined by the Canadian Pacific rail line, which slinks north towards False Creek. (RealtyLink)

3. Kerrisdale Park: To the east of Arbutus Street, this stretch of Kerrisdale is defined by the Canadian Pacific rail line, which slinks north towards False Creek (RealtyLink)

2. Kerrisdale: While this Westside neighbourhood ranked seventh overall, its average annual household income ranks second nationally, after Calgary's tony Britannia area. (RealtyLink)

2. Kerrisdale: While this Westside neighbourhood ranked seventh overall, its average annual household income ranks second nationally, after Calgary's tony Britannia area. (RealtyLink)

Canadian Business just released its annual ranking of Canada's richest areas. These Vancouver neighbourhoods made the cut

Shaughnessy and Kerrisdale made double appearances on Canadian Business magazine’s annual ranking of Canada’s wealthiest enclaves.
 
Kerrisdale and Kerrisdale Park ranked seventh and 11th respectively, while Shaughnessy Centre came in at No. 14.  West Vancouver’s tony West Bay and Sandy Cove neighbourhoods rounded out B.C.’s share of the list at No. 13.

Vancouver’s most expensive address? Shaughnessy Heights, at No. 4.

Canadian Business determined which neighbourhoods were wealthiest by taking the average net worth of all the households in a given census area defined by Statistics Canada, with research help from Environics Analytics.