Which Province Pays the Highest Hourly Wage in Canada

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The average minimum wage in Canada is currently $10.67

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Below are the minimum hourly wage rates per province as of September 15, 2015:

Province

Minimum Hourly Wage

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Notes

Alberta

$10.20

Alberta’s Minimum Wage to increase to $11.20 on October 1, 2015
British Columbia

$10.45

On September 15 of each year, minimum wage is adjusted annually relative to the Consumer Price Index.
Manitoba

$10.70

On October 1, 2015, Manitoba’s minimum wage will increase 30 cents to $11.00.
New Brunswick
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$10.30

In 2017 (exact timing to be determined), New Brunswick’s minimum wage will increase from $10.30 to $11.00.
Newfoundland & Labrador

$10.25

On October 1, 2015, Newfoundland & Labrador’s minimum wage will increase to $10.50.
Northwest Territories

$12.50

Minimum wage is adjusted annually relative to the Consumer Price Index.
Nova Scotia

$10.60

On April 1 of each year, minimum wage is adjusted annually relative to the Consumer Price Index.
Nunavut
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$11.00

Ontario

$11.00

On October 1, 2015, Ontario’s minimum wage will increase by 25 cents to $11.25. On October 1 of each year, minimum wage is adjusted annually relative to the Consumer Price Index.
Prince Edward Island

$10.50

Quebec

$10.55

On May 1, 2015, Quebec’s minimum wage increased to $10.55.
Saskatchewan

$10.20

Saskatchewan’s Minimum Wage to increase to $10.50 on October 1.
Yukon

$10.86

Minimum wage is adjusted annually relative to the Consumer Price Index.
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