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Impression et sauvegarde

Document gouvernemental

Federal Budget 2018 - Protecting Temporary Foreign Workers

Date

2018-02-27

Auteurs

Government of Canada

Résumé

Budget 2018 - page 212

Equality Growth : a strong middle class

Part 4: Security and Access to Justice

Protecting Temporary Foreign Workers

The Temporary Foreign Worker Program and the International Mobility Program are Canada's two programs that govern the entry of temporary foreign workers. Canada has an obligation to ensure these workers, who contribute to the labour market by providing the skills and expertise employers need when qualified Canadian workers are unavailable, are aware of their rights and are protected from abuse. The Government proposes to provide $194.1 million over five years, beginning in 2018–19, and $33.19 million per year ongoing, to ensure the rights of temporary foreign workers in Canada are protected and enforced through a robust compliance regime. Funding will support unannounced inspections under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program, the continued implementation of the International Mobility Program compliance regime, and the ongoing collection of labour market information related to open work permits.
In addition, the Government proposes to invest $3.4 million over two years, beginning in 2018–19, from Employment and Social Development Canada's existing resources to establish, on a pilot basis, a network of support organizations for temporary foreign workers dealing with potential abuse by their employers. This network would support these workers in reporting wrongdoing and provide information on their rights to temporarily remain and work in Canada free from harassment and abuse.

Lieu de publication

Canada

Fichiers joints

Liens


  • See online (https://www.budget.gc.ca/2018/docs/plan/budget-2018-en.pdf)

Secteurs économiques

General relevance - all sectors

Types de contenu

Statistics on work and life conditions et Current Policy

Groupes cibles

Travailleurs (im)migrants et Sensibilisation du public

Pertinence géographique

Quebec et National relevance

Langues

Français et Anglais