Living wage in Metro Vancouver rises again

The disparity between income and cost of living grows yet a little further, as a report released earlier this week shows the living wage in the Lower Mainland has risen to $20.68 an hour, up from $20.10 in 2014.

The report, Working for a Living Wage 2015: Making Paid Work Meet Basic Family Needs in Metro Vancouver, was put together by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, First Call: BC Child and Youth Advocacy Coalition and the Metro Vancouver Living Wage for Families Campaign.

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