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Minimum wage

Enshrining the power to organize is a sure way to reverse the trend of shrinking paycheques.
People told me my shop would go under, but I wanted to live my values.
Only one Canadian province currently has a $15 minimum wage.
The $14-an-hour minimum wage didn't derail Ontario's job market, but for young workers, things are tougher out there.
Despite a few bright spots, the rights workers have struggled for many years to gain are under increased attack.
A meeting with Ross Romano was unproductive, his Sault Ste. Marie constituents say.
The Progressive Conservative government was supposed to pass its landmark labour law.
The PCs like to portray themselves as the party of the people. What people?
Poverty takes a harsh toll on students' learning, educators say.
Business group opposes expanded emergency leave, fights to keep on-call scheduling.