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What is the minimum wage in Canada?

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    MacEwan University (Canada)

    MacEwan University (Canada)

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    The minimum wage in Canada is different in each province. For example, in Alberta is $15 per hour. In British Columbia, is $15.20 per hour, in Manitoba, $11.95 and in New Brunswicks $11.75

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    University of Winnipeg

    University of Winnipeg

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    In Canada, the minimum wage differs from province to province, but here in Manitoba, the minimum wage for our province is just under twelve dollars per hour, which will definitely be very helpful in having some spending money as you're going through your courses and you know engaging in different activities just to balance out your year and make sure that you're still having some fun when you're studying too.

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    University of Ottawa

    University of Ottawa

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    Great question. So the minimum wage in Ontario is fourteen dollars and twenty five cents an hour. Ottawa also has different job opportunities across campus. So if you're interested, you can always look at the University of Ottawa website to learn more.

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