Migrant workers have part of the caregiving workforce in Canada for most of our history. For the past 60 years, various iterations of the migrant caregiver program have governed the rights of migrant caregivers in Canada. The current version of the migrant caregiver program was developed under the Harper government with little consultation with caregivers. It is particularly flawed and is set to expire in November 2019. Tell the immigration minister to develop a new caregiver program which addresses caregiver needs and learn more about the caregiver's campaign here
Caregivers want to stop living in fear and limbo and deserve fairness.
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