Saskatchewan minimum wage is about to take a bump.
The province announced that last week it'll go up 10 cents per hour, reaching $11.06 an hour on October 1st.
The latest increase is a result of an indexation formula that has been used since 2011, based on changes to the Consumer Price Index.
Saskatchewan's minimum wage increased last October in 2017, from $10.72 an hour to $10.96.
It's estimated that over 23,000 people in the province are paid minimum wage.