Minimum Wage is going up across Ontario to $11.40.
The increase takes effect on Saturday, October 1st and it’s a 15 cent increase from the previous wage of $11.25 per hour.
For those who work in bars and restaurants serving liquor, minimum wage will go from $9.80 per hour to $9.90.
This is now the third consecutive annual increase by the Liberal government.
In Prince Edward Island, minimum wage will go up to $11.00 per hour and it will increase by 22 cents to $10.72 in Saskatchewan.
October 1 is the date when provinces usually increase their minimum wage.
However, in September it was raised in British Columbia from $10.45 per hour to $10.85.