Manitoba’s minimum wage will be increasing by 20 cents per hour effective October 1, 2018, says Growth, Enterprise and Trade Minister Blaine Pedersen
Currently, the minimum wage is $11.15 per hour with the increase that will rise to $11.35.
“Last year we passed legislation to index minimum wage with the rate of inflation through a fully transparent formula,” said Pedersen.
In 2017 the government amended the Employment Standards Code so that Manitoba’s minimum wage was based on the previous year’s Consumer Price Index.
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