A look at minimum wage rates across Canadian provinces and territories


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Ontario says it will raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour from $14.35 on Jan. 1.

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Ontario says it will raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour from $14.35 on Jan. 1.

The province will also eliminate the separate minimum wage for liquor servers, who currently make $12.55 per hour, and increase their hourly wage to $15.

Here’s a look at minimum wages across Canada:

Alberta: $15 per hour.

British Columbia: $15.20 per hour.

Manitoba: $11.95 per hour.

New Brunswick: $11.75 per hour.

Newfoundland and Labrador: $12.75 per hour.

Northwest Territories: $15.20 per hour.

Nova Scotia: $12.95 per hour.

Nunavut: $16 per hour.

Ontario: $14.35 per hour.

Prince Edward Island: $13 per hour.

Quebec: $13.50 per hour.

Saskatchewan: $11.81 per hour.

Yukon: $15.20 per hour.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 2, 2021.

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