Leslie Seidle, consultant en politiques publiques et gouvernance, est directeur de recherche du programme de l'IRPP Évolution de la communauté fédérale canadienne.

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Guest Editor's Note

Anniversaries are often occasions to look back — to celebrate milestones, to recall memories and to take stock. They also prompt us to look forward — to reflect on challenges that lie ahead, to reassess …

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Le mot du rédacteur invité

Les anniversaires sont souvent l'occasion d'un retour sur le passé qui permet d'en retracer les temps forts, d'évoquer des souvenirs et de mesurer les changements intervenus. Mais ils nous projettent aussi dans l'avenir face à …

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Provinces also need to combat foreign worker abuses

Jason Kenney's foreign worker reforms should be expanded and enhanced by stronger provincial government commitment to combating abuse. What Kenney presented as an ”œoverhaul” of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP), though ambitious, does not address …

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The exploitation of temporary foreign workers

The considerable number of temporary foreign workers who have the prospect of becoming Canadian permanent residents are vulnerable to exploitation – in part because of particular rules that govern their employment. As debate about temporary …

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The renewed Canadian Senate

When the Senate expenses scandal hit in 2012, it left the parties scrambling to reform the deeply unpopular institution. Then-Prime Minister Stephen Harper had taken small steps over the past several years, but was hitting …

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