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What is the minimum wage in Canada?
Rounding it up
The minimum wage in Canada largely depends upon which province you live in.
The federal minimum wage only impacts about 10 percent of the Canadian workforce.
The highest provincial wage is $16 per hour, while the lowest is $11.45 per hour.
The federal minimum wage will be standardized to $15 by the end of 2021.
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