The B.C. government will gradually increase pay for alternate minimum wage workers including resident caretakers and liquor servers.
Liquor servers – incremental increases on June 1 each year, beginning June 2018, until the general minimum wage is reached, of at least $15.20 per hour, in 2021.
Piece-rate farm workers – 11.5 per cent increase to all piece rates on Jan. 1, 2019, with further study to take place.
Resident caretakers – 11.5 per cent increase June 2018, followed by increases of 9.5 per cent, 5.4 per cent and 4.1 per cent in 2019, 2020 and 2021, respectively (wages vary depending on building size).
Live-in camp leaders – same per cent increases as resident caretakers, until they reach $121.65/per day, in 2021.