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Canada’s job market is booming, but wage growth has slowed to its lowest level in almost two decades.

Average hourly earnings increased 1.1 per cent over March of last year, with full-time earnings up 0.9 per cent – the weakest growth since 1998, according to Statistics Canada’s monthly labour-force survey released on Friday.

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