Without accounting for socio-demographic differences, during 2019, part-time immigrant workers, on average, earned $22 less than their Canadian-born counterparts. During the 2020 COVID-19 crisis, the gap varied, and by December, the Canadian-born and immigrants population earned the same, with an average wage gap of $10. The opposite trend can be seen between established and recent immigrants. While in 2019 average wage gap was $18, in 2020, it jumped to $27.
Note: All wages seen here are before Consumer Price Index (CPI) adjustment