B.C.’s minimum wage bumps up starting today
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More money is going into the pockets of minimum wage workers across the province.
Today, British Columbia’s minimum wage is going up 75 cents to $14.60 per hour.
The minimum wage rates for liquor servers, resident caretakers and live-in camp leaders is also increasing.
Liquor servers will see a $1.25 per hour increase, the resident caretaker minimum wage, per month, is going up 5.4 percent to $876.35 and live-in camp leader minimum wage, per day, is now set at $116.86.
These increases for low-wage workers are the third of four planned increases scheduled to take place on June 1st of each year since 2018.
To learn more about B.C’s minimum wage, visit the Government of British Columbia website.