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AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Mike Tarasko Posted Dec 14, 2016 7:10 am MDT Feds make changes to Temporary Foreign Worker program The Liberal government is bringing changes to the Temporary Foreign Worker program.Effective immediately, the Trudeau government is doing away with the four year in, four year out rule which was put in place in 2011.Under the rule, some foreign workers could work in Canada for four years, then have to be gone for four years.The Liberals say they are capping the number of low-wage foreign workers at any worksite to 20 per cent for employers who used the program before June 2014, and 10 per cent for new users.Employers using the program must also advertise job postings to more than one, and up to four under-represented worker groups including youth, persons with disabilities, indigenous peoples, and newcomers.For TFWs seeking permanent residency, the government says it is still working on developing further pathways for applicants. (Stock photo: read more