The best way to answer that question for yourself is to find some IT magazines that cover the Canadian market, and look for salary surveys. That said, I just called a friend in Calgary and he said that with your background, depending on what city you're going to live in, you shouldn't be paid less than CAN$40,000 nor should you expect to make more than CAN$75,000 or so. Of course, as the old Internet acronym goes, YMMV (your mileage may vary). Do some more homework, and if necessary, read some local newspapers, and you should be able to set a completely realistic range for yourself.
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