The highest and lowest minimum wages across Canada as of Oct. 1

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Published April 1, 2023 at 7:36 am

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Ontario announced Friday that its minimum wage would increase on Oct. 1 to $16.55.

Here is a list of the minimum wages in other jurisdictions across the country as of the same date:

Yukon – $16.77

Federal – $16.65

Ontario – $16.55

Nunavut – $16

British Columbia – $15.65

Manitoba – $15.30

Quebec – $15.25

Northwest Territories – currently $15.20, but set to rise on Sept. 1 with inflation.

Nova Scotia – $15

Newfoundland and Labrador – $15

Prince Edward Island – $15

Alberta – $15

New Brunswick – $14.75

Saskatchewan – $14

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