What is the minimum wage in Canada?

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What is the minimum wage in Canada?

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  • 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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Ryan Severance

Ryan Severance is a professional freelance author and the owner of American Scribe LLC. With degrees in political science and socio-legal studies, he writes about business, politics, and law for clients around the world.

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