Court Rejects Migrant Hiring

A federal judge has struck down an appeal by one of Canada’s largest auto parts makers to hire temporary foreign workers. The Court ruled the fact few Canadian electricians want to work 12-hour shifts at $29 an hour was not sufficient reason to hire migrants: ‘It is a last resort.’

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