Ontario minimum wage

'High turnover, low pay' has never been a smart business model
The Ontario Chamber of Commerce is mustering all its might to fight against paying some workers $1 more an hour
The numbers show what many experts have argued: Minimum wage hikes don't derail strong economies.
Restaurant food, child care and housekeeping are seeing substantial cost spikes.
Though the losses were steep, they weren’t where they should have been if they had been caused by a minimum wage hike.
One company says its costs will rise by roughly 10 cents per gram due to the provincial wage hike.
Women, Torontonians, lower-wage earners, and Liberal supporters were the most in favour.
They want more help dealing with a higher minimum wage.
The company landed in hot water when it was revealed some franchisees cut employee benefits to offset the wage hike.