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No, most minimum wage jobs are meant to develop experience, not support a family

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@9856F6Nfrom British Columbia  answered…13hrs

@97ZWHHGfrom British Columbia  answered…5 days

@97ZF849from Manitoba  answered…7 days

What Federal minimum wage? The minimum wage is different for each province.

@97WDKK8from Nova Scotia  answered…2wks

@97W77FTfrom Ontario  answered…2wks

Keep raising the cost of living so might as well boost that $15 to $20 min

@97JL3NKfrom British Columbia  answered…3wks

@97D3ZP8Liberalfrom Ontario  answered…4wks

No, but provide more financial aid and educational opportunities to those struggling under minimum wage.

@97CV25YLiberalfrom Ontario  answered…4wks

yes, minimun wage is ok right now but it should be constantly evaluated for inflattion

@9724JDTfrom Kentucky  answered…1mo

Raising Minimum wage would be unaffordable for a lot of small businesses

@96JGN83from Quebec  answered…2mos

@96HRZF5Rhinocerosfrom Alberta  answered…2mos

It should be raised based on individual circumstances. A single, teenage mother on her own should be payed more than an 16 year old boy who has a stable family. He should not be making more than $10 an hourl.

@96DQVP6from Ontario  answered…2mos

minimum wage should be the same in each province and it should be raised with inflation.

@96D85B2from Ontario  answered…2mos

no because people who deserve better pay will eventuly get a raise

@96BHBSGfrom Manitoba  answered…2mos

The system reacts in reverse order. Minimum wage should be affected by inflation, instead it drives it.

@967V2N5from Alberta  answered…2mos

I think the minimum wage should be the same in each province and it should be raised with inflation.

@967V2B4from Alberta  answered…2mos

@966343Gfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

enough for a person to be able to afford what they need to pay for as taxes and inflation are occuring

@9653HWJfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

No, this should be a provincial decision. The provincial wage should be tied to inflation and not arbitrary propaganda.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…2mos

Yes, and adjust it every year according to inflation. Allow individual states to raise the wage if the cost of living in their area necessitates it

@9645TY3from Ontario  answered…2mos

The government should SET the minimum wage - somewhere 15$ Canadian.

@95ZXJVJfrom Saskatchewan  answered…2mos

No but the government should reduce the amount of time to get a degree and make it more affordable to study or attain a vocational degree/apprenticeship.

@95YCXKHfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@95TD6H9from British Columbia  answered…2mos

it depends how badly we need tax money raise minimum wage and tax more is a solution.

@95NQFLFfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@95N7VRRfrom Alberta  answered…2mos

Keep it the way it is, but youth under 18 should be paid the same minimum wage. Minimum wage jobs should be based per hour instead of salary based to accommodate overtime hours.

@95LVQ8Hfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

Yes, and student minimum should be higher than adult minimum as they have limited available hours, and end up having to choose between time spent studying and time spent towards saving up trying to make a future for themselves.

@95L72S2from Ontario  answered…2mos

yes and make it a living wage as well as adjusting it every year according to inflation

@95J9PVWfrom British Columbia  answered…3mos

@95GZ4BCfrom Alberta  answered…3mos

@95GB29Pfrom Alberta  answered…3mos

Yes, make it a living wage that adjusts to inflation when it gets expensive

@95G2M66Greenfrom Quebec  answered…3mos

@95FPSGBfrom British Columbia  answered…3mos

minimum wage is regulated by provincial governments for the vast majority of Canadians

@95C75ZKfrom Alberta  answered…3mos

No, the government must get the cost of living under control first

@959RYHYfrom Ontario  answered…3mos

Yes, It should be equivalent to living wage and should follow inflation.

@958NSFFfrom Alberta  answered…3mos

Depending on the experience and knowledge they have on the certain industry or occupation or position.


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