The headline reads, Restaurant owners seek meeting with PM over foreign worker freeze
The group representing Canada’s restaurant owners is calling for an urgent meeting with Prime Minister Stephen Harper to discuss the freeze on temporary foreign workers in the restaurant industry.
“The recent moratorium on temporary foreign workers in the food service industry . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: I Have A Simpler Solution
Much has been written and discussed about the Temporary Foreign Workers Program, both on this blog and in various other media; consequently, I suspect that the majority of well-informed Canadians will look with deep cynicism upon the announcement that the Harper regime intends to crack down on widespread employer abuses of the program that . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: A Change of Heart, Or A Change In Political Winds?
But sometimes, as in the case of Hershey’s Chocolates, they bite off more than they can chew:
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