Minimum wage increased by 10 cents Monday across Saskatchewan.
Those who currently earn minimum wage will now earn $11.06 an hour.
Despite this being the tenth minimum wage increase since 2007; when minimum wage earners in the province received $7.55 per hour, Saskatchewan still has the second-lowest minimum wage, with Nova Scotia sitting at $11.00 an hour.
However, the province says the minimum wage is calculated using any changes in the Consumer Price Index and the average hourly wage in Saskatchewan the year previous.
On average, over 106,000 people in the province earn minimum wage.