Employers must pay employees on their regularly scheduled paydays. Wages must be paid in Canadian currency, by cheque or by direct deposit.
Employers must provide a statement of earnings or pay stub on each pay day and when making payments of wage adjustments. They must also maintain payroll records required by the legislation.
Unless the employer can show otherwise, wages and other amounts that are not shown on the pay stub or in payroll records are considered not to have been paid.