Cineplex Movie Theater Prices in Canada are Rising Due to Minimum Wage Increases

On October 1, 2016, Cineplex announced box office price increases at select theaters across Canada.

CANADA — Due to the increase of minimum wages across the country, Cineplex has decided to announce an increase in box office ticket prices at most of their Cineplex theaters to make up for some of their losses in higher paid wages.

The notice, which was printed for Cineplex internal management, states that if anyone has any inquires in regards to the price increase, they are to be directed to the Cineplex Entertainment Guest Services by contacting 1.800.333.0061.

The notice goes on to show a list of minimum wage increases between the year 2011 and 2016.

You will be quick to notice that the west coast – specifically British Columbia and Alberta, have had the highest increases in minimum wages over these past five years. Almost twice as high of an increase than any other province in the country.

Alberta’s minimum wage has increased from $9.40 in 2011, to what it stands at today (as of October 1, 2016), $12.20. Alberta’s minimum wage is on track to become $15 per hour by 2018.

Getting back to the Cineplex notice, it goes on to say:
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Last year our guests spent an average of $9.23 per visit at our theatres. While our average guest price has gone up 5 – 10% over the past five years or approximately 1.5% each year, minimum wage has increased in some provinces by as much as 29%.Cineplex Head Office

So, to be fair, it was only a matter of time for ticket prices to raise once again at Cineplex theatres. This article can be used as a fair warning to you and your guests if you decide to attend a movie at one of their cinemas sometime in the near future.


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Here is the full letter:
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  • Shawn Heal
    October 3, 2016 at 5:41 PM
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    Absolute bullshit. Profit over compassion. You can’t tell us that paying people under 15$ an hour is ethical, especially in these time’s. Go fuck yourself cineplex. I will just stream movies off the Web now

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    • Carolle Boulard
      October 4, 2016 at 3:20 AM
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      Contrary to what you think is fair, not everyone is ENTITLED to earn a living wage. Entry level jobs aren’t meant to support families on! You need to go and get skilled or educated and work hard to earn it!

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      • October 4, 2016 at 9:16 AM
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        The problem with this statement is that a good chunk of people working minimum wage jobs HAVE education, but in this economy, there are just no jobs for them. Perhaps you should research what you are saying before you speak.

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      • November 2, 2016 at 1:58 PM
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        Yes, they are. Except maybe people like you, who wouldn’t know compassion if it punched them in the face.

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    • Michelle Doucet
      October 4, 2016 at 4:18 AM
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      Carolle Boulard ok so what about those people that can’t afford to invest thousands and thousands of dollars into student loans not everyone can afford to go to school your comment is pretty ignorant!!! Some people have no choice to live and work at those entry level jobs! Or as the economy has it all those so called skilled and hard working trades people are losing there Jobs and now working at entry level jobs well I guess there not entitled to it to! Some people are just so ignorant smh!!

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    • Shawn Heal
      October 4, 2016 at 8:25 AM
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      I wouldn’t even call them entry level jobs. That’s a phrase created by ignorant people. It basically states that you start at this low income, then you go out and get a skilled job… How the fuck can you even assume that’s a reality that is possible in all circumstances. Here you are telling people that 12$ an hour is just a starting wage, and after you go to school for 4 years you can make more. Do you realize how many people lack the ability to even go for a profession. Maybe they lack the grades, maybe the family support and maybe they got kids. It isn’t as easy as waking up and saying “today I’m going to be an accountant”. Nigel, Carolle.. You have a Warped understanding of contemporary social struggles for the average low income Canadian. Do not think for a second that those citizens demand for 15$ is greedy or just to much money for their skill set. Don’t think for a second that this wage increase will destroy companies like Cineplex or your average bar or restaurant.. Companies don’t go into business and stay in business when they only make small profits. . Companies like Cineplex makes huge amounts of money. This price hike is greed.. It’s pretty simple.
      15$ isn’t enough.. It isn’t enough with gross inflation and rental costs that are not regulated. To long has Alberta catered to the oilfield workers. I think it’s time they focused on the little guy, maybe let them have a chance to afford one of those “skilled positions” you speak so highly of.

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    • Shawn Heal
      October 4, 2016 at 9:06 AM
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      When your company is wracking in over 100 million per quarter in profits and cannot afford to lose 1 million dollars in that profit because of a 3$ an hour wage increase, then I’ll call you greedy.

      Corporations are not blind to the woes of the world. They are well aware that they are on the top and many are on the bottom. Yet a majority of them will do everything to keep those bottom feeders on the floor. Research the Walton’s, they own Walmart. It’s only an example of the lack of “ethics” that many corporations are guilty of.

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    • Nigel Lacelle
      October 3, 2016 at 7:17 PM
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      It is for an unskilled position. That is plenty ethical lol, the unethical part is how close these jobs will be in wage to an actually skilled position because we wont see an increase

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    • Nigel Lacelle
      October 3, 2016 at 7:17 PM
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      It is for an unskilled position. That is plenty ethical lol, the unethical part is how close these jobs will be in wage to an actually skilled position because we wont see an increase

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    • Shawn Heal
      October 3, 2016 at 11:38 PM
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      There is a required skill for any position regardless of education. Just because someone had the opportunity to obtain a trade or a profession doesn’t mean they should be lacking the basic income to survive also. Especially if that person has children or other dependents. Wage increases are not the only solution though, I get that. However it’s a start for those at the bottom.

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    • Michelle Doucet
      October 4, 2016 at 4:11 AM
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      Shawn Heal exactly in this day and age try living off minimum wage and support a family or be a single parent and the way the economy is lately there are skilled people working these jobs as there losing there jobs and taking what ever they can get to pay there mortgage. Or how about those students that are trying to better themselves and get an education work and Suport themselves they still need to eat pay bills an pay there student loan pretty ignorant thinking Nigel and anyone else that doesn’t support the increase in minimum wage. ! Smh

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    • Shawn Heal
      October 4, 2016 at 8:30 AM
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      It’s funny how much those oilfield workers complain these days. Not having money, not being able to afford their toys or even good food.. It’s funny how they are the same people bitching that minimum wage shouldn’t be increased.. You think by now they would have realized that starving isn’t much fun.

      All of you are fools

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    • Steve Woodward
      October 4, 2016 at 8:59 AM
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      Profit over compassion?

      How many people go to work for compassion ? …if people worked for compassion, we wouldn’t be having the 15 dollar an hour talk… so why should corporations operate for compassion?

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    • Dustin Unger
      October 3, 2016 at 2:28 PM
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      Lol that godamned Notley strikes again

      First she puts us in huge debt the second she’s in office, then she singlehandedly burns down ft. McMurray. Now she’s gone way over our heads to the corporations that feed us the same fucking bullshit movie 6 times a year. What a bitch!

      — said no one with 2 braincells to rub together

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      • October 3, 2016 at 10:24 PM
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        I worked in a movie theatre and this is simply not true. If they raised prices of popcorn then I would agree. But the theatres don’t make money from ticket sales. They get $1 out of ticket prices as the rest of the money goes to whom ever made the movie. Hence box office records and income.

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    • Ashley Grovet
      October 3, 2016 at 3:40 PM
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      ….it’s not Notley in this instance. This is a Canada wide increase, not just Alberta. Read the damn article people

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    • Tanis Kucher
      October 3, 2016 at 2:34 PM
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      Dustin Unger, maybe if you had two brain cells to rub together you wouldn’t be so quick to accept everything and anything the government and media hand feed you!! BAAAAAA!

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    • Sherry Bernard
      October 3, 2016 at 2:39 PM
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      It’s the Company who’s too Cheap to pay their employees out of the millions that they pull in everyday from movie goers, Not The Provincial Govenments Fault Sheeple !

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    • Christa Forsythe
      October 3, 2016 at 2:48 PM
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      Actually, you can thank Cineplex for using this as an opportunity to charge more for what they’re already charging more for. And they said rising wages across CANADA, not just Alberta.

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    • Dustin Unger
      October 3, 2016 at 4:25 PM
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      Tanis so woke I bet she rides a hoverboard to work, clones her pets and is part of the ever loving vape naishhh… stay sleep bruh.

      And Kim so blinded by corporate greed she actually sympathizes with a multi billion dollar industry.
      Unsprising. I can smell old stock from a mile away.

      NEXT!

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    • Kim Schindel
      October 3, 2016 at 2:40 PM
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      Nutley raised the minimum wage….as if any company would take that sitting down and not raise prices.

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  • Tanis Kucher
    October 3, 2016 at 2:15 PM
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    Uhm, everything at the theater is already grossly overpriced, let’s be realistic, how much can it really cost for popcorn and it’s carcinogenic “butter” topping? Guess we will be waiting for more movies to arrive on Netflix!

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    • Tanis Kucher
      October 3, 2016 at 3:26 PM
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      I avoid the butter topping (it’s not actual butter that you pay for you moron) because it’s fuckn disgusting. I hardly attend the theater because it’s outrageously priced and always full of ignorant people, not much different then yourself.

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    • Daniel Woodliffe
      October 3, 2016 at 3:25 PM
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      You’re probably one of those cheap honkies that loads up on the free butter-flavored topping at the condiment station instead of paying for the actual butter at concession. Probably don’t have a Scene card either. :/

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    • Brian Bourassa
      October 3, 2016 at 4:03 PM
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      Ow burn no scene card XD daaamn daniel, back at it again with the being retarded!

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  • Amy Angela
    October 3, 2016 at 4:24 PM
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    “Losses”

    Their profit margin on popcorn alone is already like 1000000% but sure.

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    • Mindy Grewal
      October 3, 2016 at 4:46 PM
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      My favorite part is when they cry about a 29% increase in wages which may seem big but that’s over 5 years. Which is 5.8% a year. Which, in 2011 @$9.40/hour = $0.58 raise.

      So..they’re just looking for a “reason” to jack prices.

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    • Michelle Doucet
      October 4, 2016 at 4:01 AM
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      Carolle Boulard the moves are expensive enough and the cost of food at a movie is ludacris don’t tell me there losing money and have to jack prices I can only imagine what there revenue and profit was last year. It’s doesn’t cost much to play a movie with a 100 people in the audience and 10 screens running at the same time 7 days a week yes there are expenses but there making money but if they keep jacking the prices then they’ll start to see a loss I haven’t been to a movie theatre in years as its to expensive as it is now I’ll never be at a movie theatre! For me and my kids to go it would be an easy $100.00 probably closer to $150.00 with food etc. I can spend $6 in the comfort of my own home and all the food I want an no noisy people talking threw the movie or getting up an walking in front of you or the screen.

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    • Carolle Boulard
      October 4, 2016 at 3:18 AM
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      losses due to an increase in costs is a pretty good reason to jack prices. When you look at business like a business owner, an increase in wages by 29% is a really big deal. Profit margins aren’t that great once you factor in operating costs, insurances, transportation goods, licensing, etc. So allowing a 29% increase in wages without an increase in prices is just bad business.

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  • Martin Stewart
    October 3, 2016 at 11:22 PM
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    Making up for losses due to a increase in minimum wage…..

    You would think that when it cost
    $9.95 for 2 cents worth of popcorn
    $9.75 for 5 cents worth of flat pop
    And $9.50 for a small chocolate bar….. that they could afford a $15 minimum wage without gouging the public

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    • Michelle Doucet
      October 4, 2016 at 4:26 AM
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      If you think you can live comfortably in this day and age on $20.00 an hour you better go back and get an education! Making $20.00 an hour working ft barley even qualifies you for a mortgage. You might be lucky if you can get a cheap something but you sure ain’t buying a house! That’s $41600.00 a year before taxes not sure how you figure that you can live on that comfortably if you have children to Suport!

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    • Amber Skelton
      October 5, 2016 at 9:05 AM
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      All I have to say… in 2015 cineplex made RECORD PROFITS… RECORD PROFITS!!! Claiming this is because of minimum wage increases is nothing but a blatant lie to cover up corperate greed.

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    • Carolle Boulard
      October 4, 2016 at 3:28 AM
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      You obviously have no clue about business. This has nothing to do with the profit margins of their popcorn. Cineplex isn’t a hole in the wall movie theatre with 2-3 popcorn machines, they are a very complex and large operation. Having an increase in wages of 29% over the last 5 years is HUGE when you’re talking business. No corporation is going to blindly accept such an increase in operating costs without compensating in sales. That’s just math.

      Also, wouldn’t you rather earn a more significant increase in wages based on merit rather than legislation? Take the 29% across all minimum wage earners and spread it on a curve. Harder working people get a better raise. Slackers get nothing. Do you think as a consumer you’ll have a better experience? You’re rewarding excellence with a better paycheque! Or do you enjoy mediocrity?

      $15 minimum wage makes absolutely zero sense. You’d drive the cost of everything way up so that people earning $20 an hour now and living semi comfortably would become working poor. Those people with education, work experience. All poor! Then what!?!

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  • Lee Andrew Warnock
    October 3, 2016 at 3:32 PM
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    Here’s what happens when you work a brainless job and bitch about your pay. Go get an education or some skills, no you don’t deserve 15 bucks to flip burgers those are entry level jobs. Work hard if you want money.

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  • Jackie Block
    October 3, 2016 at 8:41 PM
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    Economics 101, the class that premier Notley apparently forgot to take

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  • Terri Badiuk
    October 3, 2016 at 2:23 PM
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    This is going to happen in every single business. Yes, they are increasing the minimum wage for the employees and then they raise the prices. What about those of us who are on a limited income and can’t afford the mark-ups? Yeah…WE are being punished. Nobody mentions that. Aish & CPP don’t raise rates for the disabled when minimum wage goes up.

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    • Ron McNabb
      October 3, 2016 at 3:36 PM
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      I’m in Ontario and the provincial disability (ODSP) and welfare (Ontario Works) both increased this month.

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    • Terri Badiuk
      October 3, 2016 at 4:33 PM
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      Ron McNabb You are in Ontario – Alberta isn’t important to the Federal Government.

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    • Charlene Piche
      October 3, 2016 at 6:30 PM
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      No boycott required…..those of us not making minimum wage amd getting by, will not get
      increased wages but get to enjoy increased prices.

      So I say no boycott needed, most of us won’t be able to afford to go at all…..

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  • Amanda Blackstock
    October 3, 2016 at 2:35 PM
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    By the time my 2 year old son is able to go to the theatre and enjoy it, I’ll have to be a million to pay for it. This is ridiculous. Minimum wage went up so people could potentially live and although going to the movies is a luxury, the cost of everything else goes up. It’s hard to live in this economy now.

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  • Mindy Judd
    October 3, 2016 at 2:51 PM
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    They are compensating for less and less people going to the theatre and using minimum wage as an excuse.

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    • Bob McColl
      October 5, 2016 at 9:48 AM
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      You hit it Mindy. Attendance is down, movies cost more to make so they are using the excuse of increased part time labour costs (which must be a fraction of Cineplex overall costs) to hike ticket charges.

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  • Andrea Rogoza
    October 3, 2016 at 2:53 PM
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    And here we go…but why complain, it’s always this way when min wage goes up, nothing new

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    • Charlene Piche
      October 3, 2016 at 6:32 PM
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      I can’t remember in my.working lifetime it increasing by 5 bucks so quickly…

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  • Ed Bloom
    October 3, 2016 at 2:54 PM
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    Movie theaters are the next blockbuster video store. In the next 5 years they probably won’t be around due to streaming and VOD.

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    • John Romeo
      October 3, 2016 at 3:13 PM
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      Until Hollywood comes up with a better platform to roll out first run movies then the Theaters will always be around. And I am talking about a legal cost affordable service that allows me to stream the newest blockbuster in the comfort of my own living room.

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  • John Romeo
    October 3, 2016 at 3:19 PM
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    If you want a raise you should go out and aquire the skills to get one, which means secondary education or in a trade. Everyone who benefits from the raising of the minimum wage are the most vocal now that says it costs to much to live because of raising prices which is what happens when you raise the minimum wage,

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  • October 3, 2016 at 3:28 PM
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    Everyone always complains about the cost of the movies and snacks there. No one seems to mention that the land and buildings are not cheap, the utilities to heat such large rooms are not cheap. No one factors in the cost of buying and maintaining the equipment to make the snacks or show the movies. Or the fact that a lot of the cost is going straight to the movie studios so they can pay actors and directors and the thousands of people that are involved in the making of the movie. It’s not like some guy at Cineplex head office is pocketing the $45 you spend on a night out at the movies.

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  • Peggy Collins
    October 3, 2016 at 3:29 PM
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    Stop going to movies years ago rather spend my hard earned money on better thing then putting it in the pocket of some Co that makes a 8 figure wage

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    • Peggy Collins
      October 4, 2016 at 6:41 AM
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      What do you have a magic ball to not pay your taxes please let the rest of us now now you go it are you one of though that l pay for

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  • Christian Acain
    October 3, 2016 at 3:41 PM
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    Wow, who else but the movie theatres would pull this shit. If pennies were still around they’d probably make their poor employees count those with the goddamn cups

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    • Jodi Flatt
      October 3, 2016 at 3:48 PM
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      Just wait the restaurant and bar prices will be quietly increased too…it is the circle of life.

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    • Christian Acain
      October 3, 2016 at 3:50 PM
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      I’m really hoping not. I’m basing my opinion on the topic on Seattle. It worked for them. But then again it takes a whole community to create what Seattle has so let’s cross our fingers the shop owners are complete assholes about it.

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  • Dave Thompson
    October 3, 2016 at 4:28 PM
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    so companies will have to find other ways to remain competetive besides paying the lowest amount legally possible. plenty of businesses do that already without being affected by the minimum wage problem (as they don’t stoop to paying minimum wage). bring in LEAN or Six Sigma or Kaizen or whatever, make changes to workflow in all areas. Never stop improving. The only thing clinging to the lowest legal wage only tells your employees that they don’t have to care, because you don’t care.

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  • BJ Lucas
    October 3, 2016 at 4:52 PM
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    It already costs almost $100 for 2 ppl to go see a movie with popcorn and a drink!

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  • Mara Cakes
    October 3, 2016 at 4:57 PM
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    So does this mean they’re going to start doing their job and cleaning the theatres?

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  • Lee Andrew Warnock
    October 3, 2016 at 5:14 PM
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    Also this is why people illegally watch movies myself included. Unless it’s a movie I reallllly wanna see in theatre I just kodi it lol

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  • Brandon von Lawrence
    October 3, 2016 at 5:58 PM
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    Apparently nobody at Cineplex ever took college economics. When low income people get more money, THEY SPEND IT. At places like the movies! Guess what? That stimulates a consumer based economy, because people are consuming more. What stagnates a consumer based economy is stagnant wages. Rich people might as well be on a fixed income as far as the ebb and flow of the economy goes. The excess gets invested. Good for the future, does zero for the now. If you want to infuse your economy you infuse the poorest workers. Hey, I don’t think the current model is sustainable for humanity either. It’s not my world, I just live in it. But I won’t let people fear and shame me into believing things that aren’t true, like the corporate interest in Alberta is doing just now.

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  • Drew lowry
    October 3, 2016 at 7:24 PM
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    @EdmontonShouts @Alberta411 that is the biggest BS excuse I have ever heard! They still make millions with the increase

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  • Niel Parker
    October 3, 2016 at 7:40 PM
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    Yep definitely has nothing to do with reduced revenue from blockbusters (the lowest in years and still declining). Thanks Netflicks…

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  • Brent Arklie
    October 3, 2016 at 8:16 PM
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    Pretty much guaranteeing I’ll be watching movies “On Demand” a lot more than ever.

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  • Michael Gorman
    October 3, 2016 at 11:07 PM
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    For all those that say they will watch movies from home, it just proves the point that raising minimum wage will have people lose their jobs with increase in minimum wage. If no one goes to a theatre that is a lose of entry level job experience.

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    • Amber Skelton
      October 5, 2016 at 9:03 AM
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      With cineplex making record profits in 2015 it just shows this is not about a meager raise in minimum wage it’s about greed on behalf of cineplex. If they feel the need to keep taking more out of my wallet while blaming it on a small minimum wage increase while making profits hand over fist… they can screw themselves. I rarely went to movies before because it’s costs my family of three close to $100 once you buy three tickets and some popcorn. This just assures we won’t be going at all anymore. If their sales start declining it’s not the fault of a minimum wage increase… it’s their greed they can blame.

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  • Will Fredericks
    October 4, 2016 at 1:30 PM
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    Last movie I saw was 48$ for 3 tickets and 76$ popcorn. Notice to cineplex – I’ll wait for Netflix to show it.

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  • Jerrad Sutherland
    October 4, 2016 at 11:51 PM
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    Keep raising it. But remember this movie theaters. Tv’s are getting bigger and cheaper and we can download a pretty decent copy a day after it hits the theaters

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  • Laurie Carson
    October 5, 2016 at 5:48 AM
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    I think it’s nice that the staff can afford to take in a show once in a while…increases the theatres customer base. They might even be able to afford dinner out too

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  • Steven Townsend
    October 5, 2016 at 7:43 AM
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    The minimum wage should be tied to the cost of living, that way if prices go up so does the wage, in turn this would keep prices down and wages at a decent rate.

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  • Jeremy Smith
    October 5, 2016 at 8:52 AM
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    How pathetic, and overall shitty as a human must one be, to feel absolutely entitled to have their movie, or Happy Meal, or trip to Wal-Mart subsidized by the people working there at the bottom of the wage scale, making less than a poverty level paycheck? And to be so aggrieved by a diminishing of that subsidy, that you feel the need to bleat about how terrible it is that you have to pay a paltry bit more for what ever? Where’s your outrage about the increasing disparity between executive compensation and employee wages? Hmm?

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  • Amber Skelton
    October 5, 2016 at 8:55 AM
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    I love how they say an average customer spends less then $10… WHO THE FUCK ARE THEY TALKING ABOUT? At their cheapest theater in Calgary you can’t get in the door for under $10 and once you work in snacks and drinks… fuck it’s at least $25 per person. This is a just a bullshit excuse to get more money. Happy to have an android box. Screw you cineplex… screw you.

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  • Cindy Schumacher
    October 5, 2016 at 9:16 AM
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    Almost bankrupts a person at the concessions, however. Their profits mostly come from here.

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