Ontario's minimum wage officially goes up today

Oct 1 2020, 10:21 am

Ontario’s minimum wage has officially gone up as of October 1, as workers will see their hourly pay increase to $14.25 an hour.

According to the Government of Ontario, the current minimum wage has increased by $0.25 as of Thursday.

Those working on the minimum wage will see their rates change to $14.25, students will see their $13.15 change to $13.40, and servers will see their $12.20 change to $12.45.

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The Government of Ontario

In 2018, minimum wage jumped from $11.60 per hour to $14 an hour and has remained there for the past two years.

In January 2019, Ontario’s minimum wage was set to increase to $15/hour; however, Premier Doug Ford’s government stopped the planned increase in the fall of 2018.

Hunting and fishing guides, homeworkers, and wilderness guides will also see an increase as of today.

Karen DoradeaKaren Doradea

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