The lowest job salary in Canada is set by law and is known as the minimum wage. The minimum wage is the lowest wage that an employer is allowed to pay an employee for their work. The minimum wage varies by province and territory in Canada, and it is reviewed and adjusted periodically by the government.
As of December 31, 2021, the minimum wage in Canada ranges from $11.32 per hour in Newfoundland and Labrador to $15.20 per hour in Alberta. In some provinces, there may be different minimum wages for different types of work or for workers who are in training or who are serving an apprenticeship.
It’s important to note that the minimum wage is intended to be a floor for wages, and many workers in Canada earn more than the minimum wage. The actual wage that an employee receives will depend on their job duties, their level of education and experience, and other factors.
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