(Sep. 25/13) Minimum wage is in the hot seat in Ontario, and CRFA is making sure government knows how wage increases affect restaurants. Ontario’s formal review of its approach to setting minimum wage coincides with labour group rallies across the province calling for a $14 minimum wage by next year. This labour group has specifically named CRFA as one of the most vocal opponents to its push for a $14 minimum wage, which is a 40 per cent increase from the current rate.

Speak up for restaurants
CRFA has presented a position paper (PDF) to the panel reviewing minimum wage. We encourage members to speak up for their business and the restaurant sector by participating in the hearings or providing a written submission. To find public hearings near your city, click here.

Click here for more information on the Minimum Wage Advisory Panel.
Click here (PDF) to read our submission to the panel.

Need more information?
CRFA’s VP Ontario James Rilett can help members with a written submission or presentation to the panel. Contact James at jrilett@restaurantscanada.org or toll-free at 1-800-387-5649.


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