Posted on: January 11 2019
Nova Scotia’s minimum wage — currently the lowest in Canada — is going up, with the province’s labour minister saying the pay hike will help workers and their families.
The increase will see the provincial base pay rise to $11.55 on April 1, followed by increases of about 55 cents a year for the next three years.
Check out the full article in the Chronicle Herald here: Minimum Wage to Increase in Nova Scotia
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