Alberta’s minimum wage set to go up again this weekend




Christina Gray (Alberta Labour Minister) announced changes to the province's minimum wage rates at the Muttart Conservatory in Edmonton on Thursday June 30, 2016, as Alberta moves forward towards a $15-per-hour mimimum wage by 2018. (Photo by Larry Wong/Postmedia) Story by Emma Graney This is for Emma's story; both papers; to run July 1.

Alberta’s minimum wage will be going up again soon as part of the NDP’s pledge to increase the rate to $15 per hour by next year.

The minimum wage will increase to $13.60 an hour from this Saturday, which is up from $12.20.

Next October, the minimum wage will rise to $15 per hour, up from just over $10 an hour back in 2014.