The minimum wage in Saskatchewan is going up on Saturday.
Last month, the province announced the minimum wage would increase from $9.50 to $10.00 per hour on Dec. 1.
The increase will affect approximately 22,000 minimum wage earners, roughly five per cent of the paid workforce in the province.
The minimum call-out pay will also increase to $30.
Don Morgan, minister of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety, said minimum wage has increased 25.8 per cent since 2007 and in makes sense to increase it with the economy growing…
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