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Value Village: Toronto and I Work

value village: Back when labour unions were fighting for a 10 minimum wage, there were townhall meetings held in low-income neighbourhoods across Toronto, according to NOW Magazine. On one of the panels, I sat beside a South Asian woman who had left an abusive relationship and was raising two children alone. Toronto, ON Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne speaks to the media after the televised Ontario Leadership Election Debate held at the CBC studios in Toronto. I will always remember her words. But I can't raise my two kids on that money, so on Saturdays and Sundays I work at Value Village. I work at Wendy's, and started at minimum wage then 8 but now I have a position of responsibility and earn 9.26 an hour. ( As reported in the news.