minimum wage

The province’s lowest paid workers will get a 45 cent pay raise on June 1, bringing their hourly wage to $15.65.
B.C. will have the second-highest minimum wage in Canada, second only to Nunavut’s $16 an hour, according to the Retail Council of Canada.
Liquor servers in B.C. will get a pay boost in June. Servers will be entitled to earn general minimum wage, which will increase from $14.60 to $15.20 an hour.

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