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Overhauling the Temporary Foreign Worker Program - Putting Canadians First
The Government is reforming the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) through a balanced set of reforms to ensure that employers put Canadian workers first.
Canada's Economic Action Plan 2014
With a commitment to return to balanced budgets in 2015, Economic Action Plan 2014 demonstrates the importance of strong public finances to creating jobs, growth, and opportunities for all Canadians.
Connecting Canadians with available jobs
Canada's Economic Action Plan has new measures like the Canada Job Grant to connect Canadians and prospective employers.
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