Want ‘Stopgap’ On Migrants

Employers need more “stopgap measures” to ease 2014 restrictions on migrant hiring, says the Hotel Association of Canada. Operators said they’re unable to find Canadians willing to work for wages averaging more than $16.50 an hour: “There’s nobody there”.

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