Conservative government plans to scrap labour reforms passed by previous government
Doug Ford plans to scrap labour reforms passed by the former Liberal government.
Ontario's Premier confirmed plans last week to scrap the planned increase of the minimum wage to $15 dollars an hour in January, but he's also planning to eliminate other parts of the bill that called for equal pay for part-time and temporary workers doing the same job as full time employees.
Eonomic Development Minister Jim Wilson says the law is still under review by the government but called the bill ``a real concern.''
The legislation was passed by the Liberals in November last year.
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