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Canadian Minimum Wage Rates

The following Canadian minimum wage rates give a brief summary of the minimum wage rates of the provinces and territories. (Recently Updated May 31, 2019)

Provincial Minimum Wage Rates

British Columbia

BC Minimum Wage Rate

Current minimum hourly wage in British Columbia $14.60.
(Applicable to all employees - whether hourly, salary, commission, or incentive based).
Minimum wage per hour for employees serving liquor: $13.95 per hour plus tips earned.

  • Live-in home support workers: the minimum wage is: $113.50 per day or part day worked.
  • Resident caretakers: (in apartment buildings with more than 9 to 60 suites), the minimum wage is: $876.35 per month plus $35.12 for each suite.
  • Resident caretakers: (in apartment buildings with more than 60 suites), the minimum monthly salary is: $2,985.04 per month.
  • Live-in camp leaders: the minimum wage is: $116.86 per day.
  • Farm workers: who get paid hourly, by salary get paid the regular minimum wage rate.
  • Crop harvesters: the minimum wage is calculated on a piece rate basis which is based on gross volume or weight.

As of June 1, 2021 the following will apply:

Current minimum hourly wage in British Columbia after June 1, 2021 is $15.20 per hour
(Applicable to all employees - whether hourly, salary, commission, or incentive based).
Minimum wage per hour for employees serving liquor: $15.20 per hour plus tips earned. This is the same as regular minimum wage.

  • Live-in home support workers: the minimum wage is: $113.50 per day or part day worked.
  • Resident caretakers: (in apartment buildings with more than 9 to 60 suites), the minimum wage is: $912.28 per month plus $35.56 for each suite.
  • Resident caretakers: (in apartment buildings with more than 60 suites), the minimum monthly salary is: $3,107.42 per month.
  • Live-in camp leaders: the minimum wage is: $121.65 per day.
  • Farm workers: who get paid hourly, by salary get paid the regular minimum wage rate.
  • Crop harvesters: the minimum wage is calculated on a piece rate basis which is based on gross volume or weight.

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In BC, the Employment Standards Act is administered by the Employment Standards Branch of the Ministry of Labour and Citizens' Services.

Alberta Minimum Wage Rate

Alberta's Employment Standards Regulation outlines three minimum wage rates:

  • Minimum wage in Alberta: $15.00 per hour.
    (Students under 18 years wages reduced to $13.00 per hour as from June 26, 2019).
  • Minimum weekly rate for salespersons and professionals: $598 per week.
  • Minimum monthly wage for domestic employees: $2,848 per month.

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Manitoba Minimum Wage Rate

Ontario Minimum Wage Rate

  • Ontario Minimum Wage Rate: $14.25 General Workers per hour.
    $12.45 Liquor Servers
    $13.40 Student Under 18 (less than 28 HRs/wk).
  • For more on the minimum wage, go to: Ontario Ministry of Labour.

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Prince Edward Islands Minimum Wage Rate

Newfoundland and Labrador Minimum Wage Rate

New Brunswick Minimum Wage Rate

Northwest Territories Minimum Wage Rate

Yukon Minimum Wage Rate

Nunavut Minimum Wage Rate

The above Canadian minimum wage rates serve as brief summaries of the minimum wage rates only, of the provinces and territories. They are not to serve as substitutes for the official statutes.



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