The median earnings of full-time Canadian workers increased by just $53 annually — that's right, $53 annually — between 1980 and 2005.
Here is more, or here. This is one reason why I do not adhere to some of the progressive or "class struggle" explanations of relative stagnation in median income growth. Canada is not ruled by the so-called Republican Right.
There is another reason I don't buy the redistributive theory: here is a chart on The Great Stagnation of Capital.
The "class struggle" hypothesis makes at least some sense for 2001-2004, when measured productivity is high but the gains do not accure to the median. It does not make sense for the last forty years as a whole, or for the international evidence across countries.