Jobs in Canada: What is the minimum hourly wage in each province of North America? Answers

09 Nov, 2021


A sovereign nation in North America called Canada, governed by a federal parliamentary monarchy and known as a pioneer in the development of new technologies. As it is one of the most developed economies in the world and one of the most diverse, it has become an attractive place to look for work


This is by having multiple plans to hire Foreign people, Many citizens can move to this area looking for work in this area. However, one of the questions that interested parties ask themselves is what is the minimum hourly fee offered in each of their provinces.

Bruno Perrón, President of CLASS Education, announced at a press conference what the minimum hourly wage would be depending on where you work.


Passengers wait to cross Canada at Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Falls, Ontario on August 9, 2021, when Canada reopens doors for essential travel for fully vaccinated Americans (Photo: Jeff Robbins / AFP)

How much would I be paid for an hour if I worked in Canada?

Provinces and Territories of CanadaPay in Canadian dollars an hour

AlbertaHourly: $ 15 

British ColumbiaHourly: $ 15.20 

Prince Edward IslandHourly: $ 13 

ManitobaHourly: $ 11.90 

Newfoundland and LabradorHourly: $ 12.50 

New BrunswickHourly: $ 11.75 

New ScotlandHourly: $ 12.95 

NunavutHourly: $ 16 

OntarioHourly: $ 14.25 

QuebecHourly: $ 13.10 

SaskatchewanPer hour: $ 11.45 

Northern TerritoriesHourly: $ 13.46 

YukonPer hour: $ 13.85 



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