Want Basic Wage Up To $16

A federal panel yesterday recommended Parliament enact a minimum wage of up to sixteen dollars an hour, the highest in the country. The increase, the first in twenty-three years, would “provide decency” for low-wage workers in the federally-regulated private sector, wrote advisers: “There would be some upward pressure for provincially-regulated private sector employees.”

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