Hardwood Floors magazine is proud to recognize 40 industry professionals under the age of 40 who are helping to determine the future of the wood flooring industry. These individuals are today’s movers and shakers who are already setting the pace for tomorrow.
"When I was young I worked for Dave Ewald of Ewald Homes... It wasn't long before I knew I wanted to build a business with the similar quality customer service and business practices as his was. I hope to encourage youth in similar ways throughout my career."
After factoring in expenses and other community data, poverty activists say the living wage in Chatham-Kent is $15.86 per hour.
The figure — which is based on a family of four with two parents working full-time — was released during an information event hosted by the Prosperity Roundtable of Chatham-Kent on Tuesday night at Aristo's Banquet Hall.
According to the group, a living wage covers costs such as food, clothing, shelter and transportation, and also allows a family to participate in their local community with a decent quality of life.
The minimum wage in Ontario is currently $11.40 per hou...