Gee, remember when they told us this was fixed?

Auditor general finds oversight, enforcement problems of foreign worker program

OTTAWA — Canada’s temporary foreign workers program is rife with oversight problems that appear to have allowed lower-paid international workers to take jobs that out-of-work Canadians could fill, the federal auditor general says.

Michael Ferguson’s examination of the controversial program, part of a battery of spring audits tabled Tuesday, details a litany of problems.

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  • FivePointSpurgeonist

    Further evidence Jason Kenney is unelectable.

  • BillyHW

    Permanent Foreign Wage-Depressors.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    Letting foreigners in is just a shitty idea under any circumstances.

    • Bataviawillem

      You hear that a lot from the native people 🙂

      • DavidinNorthBurnaby

        Oh yes, the whiny Indians, who will have one believe that their Paleolithic, pre-contact way of life was somehow Superior to modernity. Just read the accounts by the fur Traders and missionaries who made first Contact. The Indians lived in filth, ignorance, constant Warfare, they enslaved one another… And if you think the muzzies treat their females shity, oh boy.

  • Alain

    Another Liberal creation that Harper refused to kill.

  • Minicapt

    Fixed? … or neutered?

    Cheers

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    OT: I spotted a brace of muzzies with their inevitable brood of Offspring (they breed like Vermin, don’t they?)
    “G-d damn Trudeau to hell”, I said. My wife pointed out that I used to say that 40 years ago. Deja vu. ffs

  • kkruger71

    Ant time anyone ues the phrase “Jobs Canadians (or Americans) won’t do” they need to be immediately cut off by someone else saying the other half, “for the wages being offered”. I refuse to believe there is any job someone in Canada is unwilling to do, given enough pay. People uprooted themselves from the east coast and everywhere along the way to go work hard labour in the Alberta oil fields when the boom was on a few years ago.
    Related to my bigger point, Milo Yiannopouluos pointed out something that should be obvious today, even those just trying to debate the left have bought into phrasing that is a lie. Arguing Milo’s speech is not hate speech but just unpopular speech is not true, or his book wouldn’t be a big seller and people would not be wanting to attend his gatherings. I was guilty of not catching this obvious erroneous description too since those making it were often on “my side”.
    Seems we go through phases where we pay attention and call the left out on their abuse of language but then get worn out and let things slide for a while.