P.E.I. minimum wage going up
Last minimum wage increase was in October
The minimum wage on P.E.I. will go up 25 cents on April 1, to $11.25 per hour.
That will keep the Island's minimum wage the highest in the region.
The wage will move to $11 in New Brunswick, $10.85 in Nova Scotia, and $10.75 in Newfoundland and Labrador on April 1.
The last increase on P.E.I. was Oct. 1.
P.E.I's minimum wage moved to $10 in April 2012, and remained there until June of 2014, but has seen regular increases since.
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