Imperial Sign Corporation

First Living Wage sign maker in BC. Imperial Sign Corporation, based in Port Coquitlam, is the first sign maker in British Columbia to signify its commitment to ending working poverty, by paying all its staff and contracted workers a Living Wage Continue reading

Spinnakers

Spinnakers becomes the first Living Wage brewery and liquor store in BC Spinnakers Brewpub & GuestHouses and Spinnakers Spirit Merchants is the first employer in the brewery industry to commit to ending working poverty, by paying all its staff and contracted workers a Living Wage Continue reading

BCFB

BC Food and Beverage becomes a Living Wage Employer The BC Food and Beverage Association has committed to ending working poverty, by paying all its staff and contracted workers a Living Wage Continue reading

Modus

Spotlight: MODUS Planning, Design & Engagement MODUS Planning, Design & Engagement is a Vancouver-based consulting firm specializing in planning, urban design, and public engagement. They have been a certified Living Wage Employer since 2019. Continue reading

Themis

Themis Security becomes the first Living Wage security company in BC Themis Security, based in Victoria, is the first security company in BC to commit to ending working poverty, by paying all its staff and contracted workers a Living Wage. Continue reading

Ronan

Ronan's story "They look out for us around here" Ronan is 26 and lives in Victoria with his room-mate. He has been working for Pacifica Housing as a Support Worker, since August 2019, moving into fulltime work at the start of the year Continue reading

REACH

Spotlight: REACH Community Health Centre REACH Community Health Centre have been providing community-based health care for fifty years, and strive to be more than just a doctor or dentist's office. Continue reading

ModoHr

ModoHR celebrates its certification with a discount for other Living Wage Employers ModoHR is the first HR tech firm to become a Living Wage Employer in BC, and to celebrate, it has a special offer for other Living Wage Employers. https://www.screeningcanada.ca/ Continue reading

Cafe Etico

Spotlight: Café Etico The small, local, fair-trade coffee company operates as a social enterprise giving back 100% of its profits to CoDevelopment Canada (the local non-profit that owns Cafe Etico) to help fund and support its social justice and human rights programs in Latin America.  Continue reading

CHSTC

Spotlight: Clayton Heights Sports and Therapy Center CHSTC (Clayton Heights Sports and Therapy Center) is owned and directed by David Balfour. He was the first private Living Wage Employer in Surrey, BC. Continue reading