British Columbia’s Temporary Foreign Worker Protection Act has received royal assent, making it official law, The (Kelowna, B.C.) Daily Courier reports. The government has yet to issue regulations pertaining to the law, so its provisions have not taken effect. However, recruiters and employers of temporary foreign workers will need to become familiar with its changes and upcoming requirements.
Canada: BC’s Temp foreign worker protections become law
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