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On April 1, 2011, the federal government introduced legislation known as the "four in and four out" rule, limiting how long some temporary foreign workers could work in Canada to four years....
Last month, Chief Isadore Day, Serpent River First Nation, wrote an open letter to Parliament asking that April 12 be set aside as an Annual Day for a National Dialogue on Ending Racism.
On April 1, 2011, the federal government introduced legislation known as the "four in and four out" rule, limiting how long some temporary foreign workers could work in Canada to four years. The first temporary foreign workers to whom the rule applies reach their four-year limit on April 1, 2015. These workers will either need to leave or apply for a different kind of visa and be forced to be unemployed.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada has made an exception for TFWs approaching their four-year limit in Alberta, offering a bridging permit if they applied for permanent residency under the Provincial Nominee Program by July 1, 2014, and...