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15 minimum wage

And about two-thirds of Canadians don't think governments are doing enough about poverty.
Ontario's inequality situation is "dramatically worse" than Canada's as a whole.
There is a lot at stake for women – and gender equity – in the movement to end precarious employment.
Ontario has decided to increase its minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2019. It will become the second province after Alberta to move towards a minimum wage of $15 an hour. The implementation of a higher minimum wage is expected to affect workers and businesses differently.
Some businesses are feeling sticker shock.
Businesses argue a higher minimum wage will lead to job losses.
Manufacturing's decline has taken a toll.