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Minimum Wage Going Up to $11.35 an Hour on October 1, 2018

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Manitoba’s minimum wage will be going up 20 cents on October 1, 2018. It’ll go from $11.15/hr to $11.35/hr.


“Our commitment is to provide sustainable and predictable increases to Manitoba’s minimum wage,” said Pedersen. “Last year we passed legislation to index minimum wage with the rate of inflation through a fully transparent formula. We are improving wages for working Manitobans and providing predictability for businesses that create jobs and generate growth in our economy.”

The adjustment reflects Manitoba’s 2017 inflation rate of 1.6%.

Manitoba Minimum Wage History:

March 1, 1991 $5.00
July 1, 1995 $5.25
January 1, 1996 $5.40
April 1, 1999 $6.00
April 1, 2001 $6.25
April 1, 2002 $6.50
April 1, 2003 $6.75
April 1, 2004 $7.00
April 1, 2005 $7.25
April 1, 2006 $7.60
April 1, 2007 $8.00
April 1, 2008 $8.50
May 1, 2009 $8.75
October 1, 2009 $9.00
October 1, 2010 $9.50
October 1, 2011 $10.00
October 1, 2012 $10.25
October 1, 2013 $10.45
October 1, 2014 $10.70
October 1, 2015 $11.00
October 1, 2017 $11.15
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