The provincial government announced that, as of October 1, the provincial minimum wage would be increasing from $11.81 to $13 per hour. 

The plan is to also increase the minimum wage to $14 per hour in 2023 and $15 per hour in 2024. 

With this announcement, we asked you what you thought of the minimum wage increase. 

Of the respondents, a resounding majority, 60.7 per cent, said the increase is not enough. 

28.2 per cent said the increase is too much, while 11.1 per cent said the increase is just the right amount. 

Note, Discover Moose Jaw online polls are not scientific so there is a margin of error. 

You can see the breakdown of the results below. 

Poll results May 9


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