Agriculture minister on TFWs in the food service industry and matching Albertans with jobs

Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Devin Dreeshen says the province is working on a job matching program to match unemployed Albertans with opportunities in the food supply chain, but said temporary foreign workers will also still be allowed in Canada…

2 Edmonton men charged with immigration fraud

Two Edmonton men, including a former Tory MLA, have been charged with a number of immigration fraud-related charges following an investigation by the Canada Border Services Agency. Story continues below Both men are licensed immigration consultants, the CBSA said in…

Help Wanted: Banff and Lake Louise battling chronic worker shortage

On the eve of the busiest season in Banff National Park, many employers in the hospitality sector are scrambling to fill vacancies. “We always focus on hiring Canadians as much as we possible can,” said Trevor Long, general manager of…