Hire a temporary foreign worker in a high-wage or low-wage position – Table

New $/hour wages are in force after May 3, 2018 : see here

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The wage being offered for the position will determine if you need to apply for a Labour Market Impact Assessment under the Stream for High-wage Positions or the Stream for Low-wage Positions, each with their own requirements.

If you are offering a wage to a temporary foreign worker that is:

  • at or above the provincial or territorial median hourly wage, you must apply under the Stream for high-wage positions
  • below the provincial or territorial median hourly wage, you must apply under the Stream for low-wage positions
Median hourly wages by province or territory
Province/TerritoryWages prior to April 29, 2017
2015 Wage ($/hour)
Wages as of April 29, 2017
2016 Wage ($/hour)
Alberta$25.38$25.89
British Columbia$22.60$22.50
Manitoba$20.00$20.00
New Brunswick$18.50$18.90
Newfoundland and Labrador$20.91$20.31
Northwest Territories$31.25$32.25
Nova Scotia$19.00$19.49
Nunavut$28.92$30.00
Ontario$22.00$22.12
Prince Edward Island$18.00$18.44
Quebec$20.60$21.00
Saskatchewan$22.80$23.60
Yukon$28.51$28.00

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