Edmonton’s living wage for 2017 is $16.31/hour, which represents the wage that a family of four requires to live in economic stability and to maintain a modest standard of living. The living wage amount allows a family to afford basic necessities, to avoid financial stress, to encourage healthy child development and to fully participate in their communities. Come and hear how the number was calculated. 
 
Thursday September 21, 2017
12:00 noon
Program Room
Enterprise Square Library
10212 Jasper Avenue
 
 
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