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More than three-quarters of Colorado Republicans back a minimum 13-year path to citizenship for people living in the U.S. without legal permission if they learn English, pass a criminal background check and pay taxes and fees, according to a recent
Workplace Safety Minister Don Morgan says the province would like the temporary foreign worker program streamlined to allow those businesses in need of workers the opportunity to find them abroad. We want to make sure that temporary foreign workers
Video Reuters Video Video The federal government took several steps in April aimed at making it harder and less economically attractive to import temporary labour, after revelations that Royal Bank of Canada was outsourcing IT jobs and a B.C.
Sen. Marco Rubio's (R-Fla.) office sparked a bit of a firestorm on Sunday when a quote attributed to one of his aides claimed that immigration reform is necessary because some American workers "just can't cut it." The aide made the comment to The
Chamber of Commerce and the AFL-CIO, has come under criticism from some quarters for not providing enough visas and for giving special treatment to the construction industry. Business groups looking to expand the number of visas have focused their
High-tech companies looking to bring more highly skilled workers to the U.S. are pushing for more concessions in an immigration bill pending in the Senate. But labor unions say the Silicon Valley has already gotten enough in the bill and any further
For years, labor unions and immigrant rights activists have accused large-scale farmers, like those harvesting sweet Vidalia onions here this month, of exploiting Mexican guest workers. Working for hours on end under a punishing sun, the pickers are
The Globe and Mail Last updated Tuesday, Apr. 30 2013, 7:45 PM EDT Gerard Curran, middle, owner of the James Joyce pub in Calgary, goes over the menu to newly employed foreign workers: Left to right, Josephine Oropesa from the Philippines, Johanna
The Canadian government was set to announce tighter rules on Monday to prevent employers from using its temporary foreign worker programme to squeeze Canadians out of jobs, acting after two high-profile cases tarnished the program's reputation.
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