Graphic design for Canada’s $15 minimum wage

Graphic design for Canada’s $15 minimum wage

July 20, 2021 Comments Off on Graphic design for Canada’s $15 minimum wage By admin

A graphic design firm is using the hashtag #paytheminimumwage to promote the campaign to raise awareness about a wage increase for Canada.

The design firm, which has created a series of posters and a logo, is also using social media to raise money for the campaign.

The minimum wage is currently $10.10 per hour in the United States, $11.50 in Ontario, $13.50 New Brunswick and $15.10 in Quebec.

A worker in Canada is earning $15 an hour.

The campaign is being used to raise $15 in the U.S. and Canada.

In a recent blog post, the graphic design studio said that the minimum wage increase is not going to be enough to attract workers and they would need to make sure the campaign reaches a larger audience.

They’ve created a hashtag, #payTheminimumwage, to promote it, and they’re looking for people to tweet about it.

They’ve been trying to reach out to local businesses and unions, but the most effective way is to have a social media campaign that actually reaches out to people, said Lauren Purdy, the co-founder of the graphic designer and co-creator of the campaign series.

Purdy said the campaign is a way to create awareness about the issue.

“It’s really a very important issue to have, but it’s also something that is very hard to get people to talk about,” Purdy said.

“We’ve had this conversation, it’s a conversation that’s been going on for a while now, but we’re just really getting more and more of our communities to get involved and talk about it.”

The campaign is using social channels such as Twitter and Facebook to reach a wider audience.

It’s not clear how much money the campaign has raised.