Rising rent, food costs driving significant increase in Nova Scotia’s living wage

A woman in a coat shops for oranges in a supermarket in St. John's. Behind her, a cheese display is shown.

A report published Thursday says the rising costs of shelter and food in Nova Scotia have contributed to a large jump over the last year in what’s considered a living wage in the province.

Author: Keith Doucette

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