UPC leader would cut youth minimum wage; says it would spur job creation

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EDMONTON — Alberta Opposition Leader Jason Kenney says a government led by him after a spring election would cut the minimum wage for young workers to create more jobs. Kenney says the United Conservatives would roll back Alberta’s $15-an-hour minimum wage to $13 an hour for those 17 or younger. He says the current $15 […]

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