Recent weeks, Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) has been made aware of some serious allegations of abuse of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program. In response, I directed officials to investigate these matters urgently to determine the facts, Labour Market Opinions were suspended, and employers in question were placed on a public blacklist these actions, there remain serious concerns regarding the use of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program in the Food Services Sector a result, I am announcing an immediate moratorium on the Food Services Sector access to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program. Accordingly, ESDC will not process any new or pending LMO applications related to the Food Services Sector.
At the July 23 meeting of the Community Development Block Grant Commission, the Design Coalition Institute applied for and received a $20,000 Futures Fund grant to conduct a feasibility study to determine whether co housing opportunities at Union Corners would be successful. Cohousing is an approach to housing where residents work together to create a community in small independently owned units and relatively extensively shared common facilities. The grant will offset predevelopment costs and help insure low and moderate income individuals can participate in the planning process.
L’initiative de Fullsix est trs intressante et pour tout vous dire, j’aurai aim tre le premier monter un blog sur le sujet (pour SQLI et pour moi). Nanmoins, les risques de cette prise de parole existent et l’urgence avec laquelle Le dirigeant de Fullsix publie, m’interroge sur la nature opportuniste plus que pose (rflchie) de la dmarche. De plus l’usage alternatif et pas toujours trs clair, des termes rcession et crise, me laisse perplexe..
But there no debating the success of the DLT, as it called internally. Since it launched in early 2012, Taco Bell has sold more than 450 million Doritos Locos Tacos. A Cool Ranch follow up, introduced in March, has already sold millions of units. Do you want to just come out and explain what your actual concern here is? Are you really, truly worried about protecting executive/shareholder profits? Are you just coming at this from the angle of “I own stock in healthcare companies and need to protect my share prices?” You may be right if the government limits what it pays for X procedure, the hospitals probably will lower the nurses salaries because anything that reduces executive bonuses is absolutely off the table. Sure, the company may be hugely profitable, but if it not “CEO is buying his fourth gold plated yacht” profitable, that just not a tenable business model in America. Is that a good thing? Our current system has tens of millions of people unable to afford even basic preventative care, while a handful of corporate executives rake in billions of dollars that gets hoarded offshore.