Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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PR01 - (Mba-Minimum-Wage)

WINNIPEG. x-13s. Manitoba's minimum wage did not increase in 2016 and there's no guarantee it won't be frozen again in the coming year. In a year-end interview with The Canadian Press, Premier Brian Pallister says raising the minimum wage does little to address poverty and offers no help to the unemployed.

("...doesn't reduce poverty.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

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TAG: Pallister says he's focused more on building economic growth and job creation, which he believes does more to address poverty.

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PR02 - (Mba-Minimum-Wage)

WINNIPEG. x-05s. There's no word yet on whether Manitoba's minimum wage will be frozen in 2017 for a second straight year. In October, Premier Brian Pallister kept the wage at 11 dollars an hour. …

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