VCC released Calgary's latest living wage on November 8. Several news media covered the announcement. To read the articles and view the segments, click on the links below.
- The Calgary Herald reported that $100,000 a year is no longer a living wage for a family in Calgary
- VCC's Tessa Penich was interviewed by CBC's Acton Clarkin. View the interview that starts at 15:10
- City News Calgary interviewed VCC's Meaghon Reid about Calgary's rising cost of living and discussed the wage in this segment.
- CTV Calgary reported on how much you need to make to live modestly in Calgary.
- LiveWire and the Daily Hive discussed the new wage and how it was calculated.
- ToDo Canada reported that Calgary residents need to make $23.70 per hour to maintain a modest standard of living in the city.
- The Red Deer Advocate spoke with VCC's Meaghon Reid about the impact of government affordability payments on the living wage calculations for 2023.