This is the last in a three-part series about a group of temporary foreign workers with a Prince Edward Island farm company.
Part 1: Temporary foreign workers rescued from abusive situation on P.E.I. farm
Part 2: How an immigrant association helped a group of temporary foreign workers on P.E.I.
Stories of trouble at a farming company on P.E.I. are an indication Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program has been needing change, says federal Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Minister Sean Fraser.
CBC News has been told at least 22 temporary foreign workers from a single farming company have been granted open work permits, and has
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