B.C. minimum wage to climb by $1.20 an hour Saturday, will hit $15.20 by 2021

By Simon LittleOnline Journalist  Global News

Minimum wage in British Columbia will increase by $1.20 to $13.85 for most low-wage workers in the province on Saturday.

The 9.5 per cent jump follows a $1.30 increase in the minimum wage on June 1, 2018.

The minimum wage for liquor servers is also climbing by $1.30 to $12.70 per hour, while the monthly minimum for resident caretakers will climb to $831.45, and the daily minimum for live-in camp leaders will climb to $110.87.

Check out the British Columbia Fact Sheet on Minimum Wages here

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