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Tuesday Special: Minimum Wage Wars

More than one million Canadians live on minimum wage, which in most places, means living below the poverty level. Tomorrow we bring you a Project Money special on minimum wage and discuss the challenges of earning below the poverty line and what a small hike could mean for a better quality of life. Listen to Kevin Nabess as he shares...
More than one million Canadians live on minimum wage, which in most places, means living below the poverty level. Tomorrow we bring you a Project Money special on minimum wage and discuss the challenges of earning below the poverty line and what a small hike could mean for a better quality of life.

Listen to Kevin Nabess as he shares his experience trying to make ends meet.


We use the food bank twice a month. We have to subsidize our food intake. It does take a lot actually make all the ends meet. And we do have to cut a lot of corners.Kevin Nabess earns less then minimum wage in Saskatoon

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