Pallister government refuses to commit to a living wage

Monday, March 4, 2019

MFL News

MFL President Kevin Rebeck had this to say in response to the Pallister government's poverty reduction strategy:

Today the Pallister government finally released its long-delayed poverty reduction plan. We are disappointed that there is no commitment to make Manitoba’s minimum wage a living wage at $15-an-hour. No one should work full-time and still have to live in poverty, but the Pallister government is forcing thousands of workers, most of them adults and women, to do so by keeping our minimum wage at poverty wage levels.

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