Minimum wage earners will see a slight raise come April 1.
Nova Scotia's Minimum Wage Review Committee has recommended an increase of 15 cents and hour.
That will mean a rate of $11 an hour for experienced workers.
Employees with less than three months on the job can be paid $10.50.
The amount was raised by 1.6 percent to align with the 2017 national Consumer Price Index.
The review committee will be looking at other ways of setting the base rate of pay for hourly workers this spring.