The minimum wage in Saskatchewan will be increasing to $15 later this year on October 1.  

Back in 2022, the Government of Saskatchewan would be increasing the minimum wages in intervals during a two-year period. In 2022 the minimum wage was increased from $11.81 to $13, followed by a $1 increase each year following until the minimum wage reached $15. 

"Increasing minimum wage is one way we are supporting workers in this province," Labour Relations and Workplace Safety Minister Don McMorris said. "Saskatchewan also continues to have among the lowest personal taxes in Canada which makes it a great place to live, work and raise a family." 

The minimum wage in Saskatchewan was $7.95. With the upcoming increase, the minimum wage will have increased by 89%.