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Ontario minimum wage hike kicks in; most workers now make at least $15.50 per hour

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Ontarians who make minimum wage are waking up to a raise. Starting Saturday, the general minimum wage is up 50 cents to $15.50 per hour. Students under 18 are now earning $14.60 per hour, up from $ 14.10. homeworkers who do paid work out of their own homes for employers are seeing a 55-cent raise.
2 months ago·Toronto, Canada

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Ontario minimum wage hike kicks in; most workers now make at least $15.50 per hour

Ontarians who make minimum wage are waking up to a raise.

2 months ago·Canada
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Ontario minimum wage hike kicks in; most workers now make at least $15.50 per hour

Starting today, the general minimum wage is up 50 cents to $15.50 per hour -- a move announced by the Ford government in April.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Ontario minimum wage hike kicks in; most workers now make at least $15.50 per hour

TORONTO - Ontarians who make minimum wage are waking up to a raise.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Ontario minimum wage hike kicks in; most workers now make at least $15.50 per hour

TORONTO – Ontarians who make minimum wage are waking up to a raise. Starting today, the general minimum wage is up 50 cents to $15.50 per hour — a move […]

2 months ago·Winnipeg, Canada
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Ontario minimum wage hike kicks in; most workers now make at least $15.50 per hour

As of today, general minimum wage in the province is up 50 cents to $15.50 per hour

2 months ago·Canada
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ONTARIO: minimum wage jumps to $15.50 per hour

Students under 18 will see a raise to $14.60 per hour

2 months ago·Guelph, Canada
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