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Ethel Tungohan | The continued rights abuses of caregivers in Canada, now exacerbated by the "Project Guardian" initiative, are drawing much-needed attention to the Caregiver program and its need for reform.
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Fatima Syed | Under new legislation, temporary foreign workers will be forced to leave after four years of employment to give way to priority hiring for Canadian employees.
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MaryCarl Guiao | Tapping into the current status of Canada's Live-in Caregiver Program and the work of Montreal-based organization PINAY, which is led by Filipinas, including women working as migrant workers.
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H.G. Watson | The need for home care workers in Canada is increasing. Family caregivers, high needs patients and the aging population need government to make home care a national priority.
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MaryCarl Guiao | Through an upcoming comic book, Filipinas who work as live-in caregivers tell their stories and nurture our creativity and awareness about our herstory.
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The F Word | Ellie Gordon-Moershel speaks with Joy Sioson of the Philippine Women Centre of Ontario about the legacy of the Live-in Caregiver Program.
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Carol Stanley | Living on a tiny pension and taking care of my 92-year-old father, I go unpaid, unseen and unacknowledged by the wider world -- particularly the government.
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Migrant Matters Radio | The abuses inherent in (forced) migration with a spotlight on Canada's Live-in Caregiver Program. The importance of working in solidarity with racialized working-class (im)migrant communities here.
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John Bonnar | When Joelina Maluto and Grace Gallego came to work as live-in caregivers in Canada, they expected a better life. Instead, they got billed a $5,000 recruitment fee and no jobs.
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John Bonnar | On Tuesday, caregivers and community allies announced a legal suit against a recruitment agency
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John Bonnar | “The Liberals and the Conservatives have trivialized and ignored fragrant violations of foreign workers, labour and human rights."