What do the federal and provincial governments intend to do to ensure that minimum wages are adequate?

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What do the federal and provincial governments intend to do to ensure that minimum wages are adequate?

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The current minimum wage rates in the Northwest Territories came into effect on April 1, 1991 and were set out in Canada=s Third Report at paragraph 1740. As minimum wages are established in the Labour Standards Act, the valuation of minimum wages is determined by the Legislative Assembly. 31. Please provide information regarding the rights of farm workers and domestic workers to organize and bargain collectively and identify any changes in provincial labour legislation which has affected these rights. Is there any justification for denying these workers collective bargaining rights accorded to other workers? There is no legislative impediment that would limit or stop farm workers or domestic workers from organizing themselves in collective bargaining units. The Labour Standards Act is the legislation of most import to workers in the Northwest Territories. It recognizes “trade unions” without limiting who may participate in these. On a practical level, there are not sufficient farm wor

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