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Minimum Wage in Canada 2014-2015

Current And Forthcoming Minimum Hourly Wage Rates For Experienced Adult Workers in Canada
Jurisdiction Effective Date Wage Rate Note
Federal  18-Dec-96   The minimum wage rate applicable in regard to employees under federal jurisdiction is the general adult minimum rate of the province or territory where the employee is usually employed
Alberta 01-Sep-14 $10.20  
British Columbia 01-May-12 $10.25  
Manitoba 01-Oct-14 $10.70  
New Brunswick 01-Dec-14 $10.30  
Newfoundland and Labrador 01-Oct-15 $10.50
Northwest Territories 01-Apr-11 $10.00  
Nova Scotia  01-Apr-15 $10.60 On April 1 of each year, this rate is adjusted by the percentage change in the projected annual Consumer Price Index for Canada in the preceding calendar year, rounded to the nearest $0.05.
Nunavut 01-Jan-11 $11.00  
Ontario 01-Jun-14 $11.00  
Prince Edward Island 01-July-2015 $10.50
Quebec 01-May-14 $10.35  
Saskatchewan 01-Oct-12 $10.20  
Yukon 01-Apr-13 $10.72 On April 1 of each year, this rate increases by an amount corresponding to the annual increase for the preceding year in the Consumer Price Index for the city of Whitehorse.