BC Is Bumping Up Minimum Wage & Servers Will Finally Get The Same As Everyone Else

The province's lowest paid workers are getting a raise!
BC Minimum Wage Is Getting Bumped Up As Of June 2021

As of June 1, 2021, the B.C. minimum wage will be increased to $15.20 per hour, up from $14.60.

Not only will that number be going up, but liquor servers will finally be getting the same amount as other minimum wage workers.

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Previously earning below everyone else, liquor servers used to get only $13.95 per hour as their minimum wage.

Another impacted sector is live-in camp leaders who will now get $121.65 per day instead of $116.86.

Finally, “resident caretaker minimum wage, per month, increases to $912.28, plus $36.56 per suite for those who manage nine to 60 residential suites and to $3,107.42 for 61 or more suites,” says the update.