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Minimum wage hike will hurt small business: CFIB


April 2, 2014
By CBC News

April 2, 2014, Saskatchewan – The Canadian Federation of Independent Business is expressing
disappointment with news that the minimum wage in Saskatchewan will
increase by 20 cents, to $10.20, effective Oct. 1. According to prairie vice-president of the CFIB, Marilyn
Braun-Pollon, the increase will hurt the retail and hospitality
industries the most.

April 2, 2014, Saskatchewan – The Canadian Federation of Independent Business is expressing
disappointment with news that the minimum wage in Saskatchewan will
increase by 20 cents, to $10.20, effective Oct. 1. According to prairie vice-president of the CFIB, Marilyn
Braun-Pollon, the increase will hurt the retail and hospitality
industries the most. | READ MORE