British Columbia | Finance & Taxation | Store Operations

Study shows 18% of retailers missed May rent

June 15, 2020

Also on June 1, the B.C. government raised the minimum wage in the province to $14.60 per hour, up from $13.85 per hour, with liquor servers seeing their minimum wage rise to $13.95 per hour, up from $12.70.

The move is expected to hit already struggling retailers hard, according to the Retail Council of Canada.

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