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Here’s the minimum daily/call-in pay required under the employment standards laws of each jurisdiction:
- FEDERAL: 3 hours at regular wage (Canada Labour Standards Reg., Sec. 11.1)
- ALBERTA: 3 hours at no less than the minimum wage to which the employee is entitled (Employment Standards Reg., Sec. 11(1))
- BRITISH COLUMBIA: 2 hours at regular wage; 4 hours regular wage if scheduled for more than 8 hours (Employment Standards Act, Sec. 34)
- MANITOBA: 3 hours at regular wage or wages for time actually worked, whichever is more (Employment Standards Code, Sec. 51(1))
- NEW BRUNSWICK: 3 hours at minimum wage or actual hours at regular wage, whichever is greater (Employment Standards Act, Sec. 16.1(1))
- NEWFOUNDLAND/LABRADOR: 3 hours at minimum wage (Labour Standards Regs., Sec. 10)
- NORTHWEST TERRITORIES/NUNAVUT: 4 hours at regular rate of pay (Wages Regs., Sec. 1)
- NOVA SCOTIA: 3 hours at minimum straight time rate (Minimum Wage Order (General), Sec. 11(1))
- ONTARIO: 3 hours at minimum wage or wage for time actually worked, whichever is greater (Employment Standards Act)
- PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND: 3 hours at regular wage (Employment Standards Act, Sec. 17)
- QUÉBEC: 3 hours at regular wage (Labour Standards Act, Sec. 58)
- SASKATCHEWAN: 3 hours at minimum wage (Minimum Wage Regs., Sec. 2(2))
- YUKON: 2 hours at regular wage rate