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Former Alberta deputy premier and minister of employment and immigration Thomas Lukaszuk (Photo: David J. Climenhaga).
David J. Climenhaga | The investigation centers on allegations by Amandeep Singh Panesar, a former temporary foreign worker, about labour abuses by Devinder Toor, the UCP candidate in the Calgary-Falconridge riding.
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It Ain't Alberta Beef
David J. Climenhaga | Boycotting a corporate restaurant chain may make you feel better, but it's not going to do anything to help small Alberta beef producers.
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Photo: flickr/ David Robert Bliwas
Teuila Fuatai | The federal government's exemption to the Temporary Foreign Workers Program fails to fix underlying problems around unsustainable business practices and workers' rights, argue workers' groups.
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Ethel Tungohan | The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario found Presteve Foods guilty of abusing temporary foreign workers. This victory is important, but more needs to be done to change the "employer-driven" system.
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Brent Rathgeber
David J. Climenhaga | No Alberta business has ever failed because of a shortage of TFWs and no Alberta business ever will.
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Thomas Lukaszuk
David J. Climenhaga | All three Alberta PC leadership candidates displayed a fierce Alberta independantiste spirit Saturday, as they contemplated with horror the changes to Canada's TFW Program.
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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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Dominique M. Gross
David J. Climenhaga | That Italian Mortaldella sandwich on the menu with crisp garden vegetables on freshly baked artisanal focaccia? It's nothing but stale bread and baloney.
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Photo: flickr/2010 United Way Labour Campaign Breakfast" by United Way of the Lo
Jim Sinclair | Jim Sinclair, President of B.C. Federation of Labour, responds to the issue of supporting Temporary Foreign Workers and migrant workers' rights in B.C. and states that BCFED supports these workers.
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Photo: Justice for Migrant Workers Facebook page
Chris Ramsaroop, Adriana Paz | Jim Sinclair, President of the BC Federation of Labour is garnering support for increasing the minimum wage to $13. This is a good move, except he is excluding temporary foreign workers.
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David J. Climenhaga | If you strike illegally, or talk about striking illegally, or even look like you might be thinking about talking about talking about thinking about striking illegally, you will be dealt with severely.
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Migrant Matters Radio | To help build a worldwide common front against capitalism, war and the increasing marginalization of workers, residents of Guelph, Ontario rallied in front of City Hall to pay our respects on May Day!