PARTICIPANTS WANTED! I invite you to participate in a study about labour market opportunities and challenges in Canada, funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) (“Is everyone equal in the COVID recovery?”, grant #435-2021-0026), led by Dr.
Migrant Worker Justice for Saskatchewan
MIGRANT WORKER JUSTICE FOR SASKATCHEWAN The Following was presented as a submission to the SaskForward Policy Summit held in Regina on Saturday January 28th, 2017. SaskForward attempts to mobilize public sector, non-profit, and other civil society organizations to identify challenges and possible solutions
Sectors for Migrant Workers in Saskatchewan
Most temporary foreign workers in Saskatchewan (62%) are employed in service-producing industries, with accommodation and food services (23%) as the single largest employer by industry, followed by construction (20%), administrative and support services (13%), manufacturing (10%), and transportation and warehousing