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As summer comes to a close and the Ontario legislature prepares to resume, our political opponents are also preparing to step up the fight
against the proposed increase to a $15 minimum wage.

A recent study released by the so-called “Keep Ontario Working Coalition” on
Bill 148, The Fair Work, Better Jobs Act, lends to the fear
mongering and doom and gloom claims on the economic impact of a progressive wage increase for the lowest paid workers.

An in-depth analysis by Unifor’s Research Department has revealed serious concerns about this study, conducted by the Canadian Centre
for Economic Analysis (CANCEA) on behalf of the Keep Ontario Working Coalition. In addition to serious questions regarding methodology,
it appears that the study presented the associated costs without taking any of the associated benefits into account.

You can read Unifor’s full analysis of the study
here