BC has announced a 20 cent rise to the minimum wage starting September.
British Columbia announced plans Thursday to increase its minimum wage by 20 cents — the first change in three years — while introducing a system to manage the perennial debate over how much the province’s lowest-paid workers should receive. The minimum wage will increase in September to $10.45. The figure was determined by indexing the rate to B.C.’s consumer price index, which will now be used to set future increases.
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Source: Victoria News