Nova Scotia’s minimum wage rate will rise to 11-dollars-
and-55-cents on April 1.
Labour and Advanced Education Minister Labi Kousoulis
accepted the recommendations of the Minimum Wage Review
Committee to increase the rate and update the calculation to set
the rate for the next three years.
The committee recommended the minimum wage increase by
approximately 55-cents each year for the next three years. Then
starting on April 1st, 20-22, the rate be adjusted annually with
Mr. Kousoulis said the increase will help minimum wage
earners and their families and provides businesses with a three-
year outlook so they can plan.
For a copy of The Nova Scotia Minimum Wage Review Committee Report visit: