The minimum wage in six Canadian provinces will increase on October 1, 2023. British Columbia and Quebec have already raised their minimum wages this year, while the federal minimum wage went up on April 1. The minimum wage is the lowest wage rate set by provinces and applies to all employees. Ontario’s new minimum wage will be $16.55 per hour, Manitoba’s will be $15.30, Nova Scotia’s will be $15, Saskatchewan’s will be $14, Newfoundland and Labrador’s will be $15, and Prince Edward Island’s will be $15.