The Chamber is seeking input from members regarding proposed increases to Nova Scotia's Minimum Wage. Earlier this month the Nova Scotia Minimum Wage Review Committee provided its report and made  recommendations to Labour Minister Labi Kousoulis to increase Minimum Wage. If implemented this would bring the minimum wage from its current $11 an hour to $12.65 by 2021. As of Oct. 1, Nova Scotia had the lowest minimum wage in the country, while Alberta had the highest at $15 an hour.
Kousoulis will make a decision on the minimum wage in early January. As the voice of business for the region the Chamber plans to provide a submission to the minister for consideration and invites all businesses to share their opinions on the potential impacts for them if this recommendation was to be implemented.

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