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Nova Scotia Minimum Wage
April 1 2017 - On April 1, Nova Scotia's minimum wage rose by 15 cents, to $10.85 an hour in line with the Minimum Wage Review Committee's recommendations.
The increase reflects the cost of living. Minimum wage increases take place annually, based on the previous year's national Consumer Price Index.
The minimum wage for an employee with less than three months' experience also increased by 15 cents, to $10.35.
The Minimum Wage Order (General) also sets employment standards for the following:
- overtime, for some groups
- partial hours
- being called into work at times other than scheduled working hours
- employees waiting for work on the work premises
- deductions for board, lodging, and meals
- deductions for uniforms
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