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Eligible employers may temporarily benefit from a streamlined LMIA application process under the new Recognized Employer Pilot.Read more
Ontario Government Requires Temporary Help Agencies and Recruiters to be Licensed as of January 1, 2024
The Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development announced that temporary help agencies and recruiters will be required to have a valid license in order to operate in Ontario.Read more
In this issue: 1) Artificial Intelligence is Coming to Your Workplace: How Employers Can Prepare, 2) Termination of Employment for Non-Compliance with a Mandatory Vaccination Policy Upheld in the Hospital Context, 3) Human Rights Tribunal Finds the Job Requirement of “Permanent Eligibility to Work in Canada” to be DiscriminatoryRead more
Eligible individuals from 13 countries can now travel to Canada with a valid eTA, rather than requiring a temporary resident visa, more commonly known as an Entry Visa.Read more
Employer’s Requirement for Proof of Canadian Citizenship or Permanent Residency Held to be Discrimination
Court of Appeal for Ontario holds that an Employer’s requirement for Proof of Canadian Citizenship or Permanent Residency is Discrimination under the Human Rights Code.Read more
The Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship announced that international graduates with a recently expired or expiring post-graduation work permit will quality for an additional or extended work permit of up to 18 months.Read more
Federal Government Expanding Work Eligibility for Family of Temporary Foreign Workers Benefiting Employers
In response to recent labour shortages, Government of Canada announced a temporary two-year measure extending eligibility for an Open Work Permit to family members of temporary foreign workers.Read more