How does the minimum wage compare to average and median wages in Alberta?

A:

Alberta has the highest average and median wages in the country (by a very significant margin).

The average hourly wage in Alberta was $30.10 in April 2016. The Alberta median was almost exactly the same as the median – an even $30.

Following minimum wage increases promised by the NDP government, Alberta will be on comparable ground with other provinces in our minimum wage measured in proportion to the median. Β 


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