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Angella MacEwen | Recently, Jason Kenney took to Twitter to defend his decision to limit the number of precarious workers entering Alberta through the TFWP. His changes do little to fix the actual problem though.
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Edward Dunsworth | Calls for the expulsion of temporary foreign workers and preferential hiring of Canadians did do one thing: draw attention to the exploitation of migrant labour in Canada.
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Jason Kenney
David J. Climenhaga | It is no coincidence that in almost every case the groups calling for more TFWs turn out also to have a long history of anti-union advocacy.
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CALM | The Canadian Association for Labour Media sums up the labour news over the past few months.
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Photo: Miriam Katawazi
Miriam Katawazi | Critiques of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program abound from inside, and outside, parliament after the announcement of changes to the program.
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Julie Guard | The abuse of temporary foreign workers is a significant and growing problem, and it's important to all of us to stop it.
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Amy Cohen, Elise Hahn | The racist immigration laws and labour policies that caused family separation and damage in the Chinese community continue to inflict these damages on migrant workers' families.
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Brent Rathgeber
David J. Climenhaga | Progressive people in St. Albert should vote with their hearts and their minds for the parties they believe in. And that means they should not vote for Brent Rathgeber.
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H.G. Watson | The first in a three-part series from H.G. Watson on precarious work, and organizing precarious workers.
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No One Is Illegal-Vancouver | One hundred years ago the 376 passengers of Komagata Maru were refused entry into British Columbia by Canadian immigration officers. How different is our country today?
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Jim Stanford | In light of the evidence at hand, Jason Kenney's claim that the Temporary Foreign Workers Program is essential to Canada's international trade in services should be seen as far-fetched and desperate.
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Duncan Cameron | Canadians looking for a job are being hurt by recent trends in foreign trade. An outflow of spending from Canada indicates weakness in the ability of the economy to generate jobs.