Court Upholds Fed Blacklist

A federal judge has upheld an Employment Canada blacklist of employers found in breach of migrant labour regulations. The court dismissed a protest from a Nova Scotia coal mine fined $54,000 under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program, the biggest fine issued last year: “The posting of a company’s name is obviously meant to serve as a deterrent.”

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