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alberta temporary foreign workers

The federal government is allowing some temporary foreign workers in Alberta more time in the province before their work
The federal government announced recently that they would be conducting more stringent and warrantless inspections of workplaces in order to crack down on human rights abuses and illegal practices. This news comes after years of scathing criticism of the human rights abuses within the Temporary Foreign Worker program.
Alberta recently announced on June 20, 2013, that temporary foreign workers who have been employed within Canada for a minimum of two years are eligible to self-nominate themselves for the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program.
What was intended to be a tool aimed at preventing economic retreat and loss of revenue due to labour shortages, has become