The Ontario government is planning to soon make permanent an hourly wage increase for personal support workers that was brought in temporarily and extended multiple times during the pandemic.
Premier Doug Ford confirmed the plan on Tuesday, saying health workers who “stepped up to the plate” in settings like long-term care during COVID-19 deserve it.
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