Howard Ramos, who studies social justice and equity at Dalhousie University, says he is “really worried that Canada as a country is beginning to move away from immigration.”Good work, Howard!
If the commitment to bringing in people who are not bound to a particular job and have more rights really is being eroded, he says, the change in direction is unprecedented and will have an impact that is “bad for the long-term future of Canadian nation-building.”
07 May 2012
Howard Ramos on temporary foreign worker program
He's too modest to mention it, so I will: Howard Ramos was quoted in today's Globe and Mail article “Does temporary foreign workers program create second class of labourers?”:
Posted by Jim Conley at 4:53 PM