Recent events involving “temporary” foreign workers point to serious deficiencies, not only in Canada´s Temporary Foreign Worker Program, but to deficiencies in how federal and provincial governments are failing to reconcile immigration policy with Canada´s employment needs.
Most recently, these events involved Canadian IT jobs at RBC (Royal Bank of Canada) Investor Services.
[Boycott: Royal Bank of Canada and pls. sign this petition.]
Before then, it was a controversy that is now before Federal Courts, regarding the importation of Chinese workers by a British Columbiamining company.
Not to be forgotten is Tim Hortons, among other iconic Canadian corporations — employing thousands of temporary foreign workers.
[Boycott: Tim Horton’s Restaurants> ELN Editor]
In the first instance — no foreign worker — whether temporary or permanent, should be used by employers as a vehicle to force Canadian workers out of their…
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