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|Province||Minimum Wage||Notes||Effective Date||Updated Date|
|Federal||$16.65||The federal minimum wage may increase to account for inflation. Increases to the federal minimum wage are based on Canada's Consumer Price Index for the previous calendar year, as published by Statistics Canada.||04/01/2023||03/27/2023|
|Newfoundland & Labrador||$14.30||On October 1, 2024, the minimum wage in Newfoundland & Labrador will increase to $14.65 per hour||04/01/2023||12/15/2022|
On October 1, 2024, the minimum wage in Nova Scotia will increase to $14.65 per hour
Nova Scotia is in the midst of a five step plan to bring the wage to $15.00 by April 1, 2024. Beginning April 1, 2025, the minimum wage rate will be adjusted with inflation plus an additional 1% annually
|Prince Edward Island||$14.50||On October 1st, 2023, the minimum wage for Prince Edward Island will increase to $15.00||01/01/2023||12/15/2022|
|Saskatchewan||$14.00||On October 1, 2024, the minimum wage in Saskatchewan will increase to $15 per hour||10/01/2023||12/15/2022|
|Yukon||$16.77||The minimum wage increases every year on April 1. This annual increase is tied to inflation, calculated using the Consumer Price Index (CPI).||04/01/2023||03/15/2023|
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