CBC: Temporary foreign workers policy and social license


BC ALMANAC | Apr 12, 2013 | 22:31

Zool Sulemon, Vancouver based immigration lawyer and Stephen Whipp, ethical investment advisor with Wolverton Securities Ltd. on the on-going outrage and questions around displacing Canadian workers with temporary foreign workers.

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