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The organization works closely with migrant workers whom they support to collaboratively design projects to ensure they address the needs of foreign workers while they are living in Canada. Employment and Social Development Canada has been working with community organizations devoted to the protection of vulnerable foreign workers and fulfilling its commitment to find ways to increase awareness and better inform temporary foreign workers of their rights and protections while in Canada. The Department is also working closely with foreign governments and employer associations to determine the needs of foreign workers alongside the labour needs of employers. "When people come to Canada to contribute their talents to support our economic growth, the Government of Canada has a serious responsibility to ensure their rights and freedoms are protected in the same way as any Canadian's. I am proud to collaborate with an organization like the Migrant Workers' Dignity Association that shares those same values, and has a proven record of making a difference" – The Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour In April 2017, the Government of Canada set a path forward for the TFW Program, including fulfilling its commitment to better protect vulnerable foreign workers. This included a commitment to work with community organizations devoted to protecting vulnerable temporary foreign workers, to ensure workers are informed of their rights and protections when they arrive in Canada. In the summer of 2017, ESDC consulted with stakeholders and temporary foreign workers to gain insight into how to increase awareness and improve temporary foreign workers' access to information on their rights and protections as workers in Canada. The Government of Canada is also conducting a review of the Primary Agriculture Stream of the TFW Program, including a study on developing a national standard for employer-provided housing. The Temporary Foreign Worker (TFW) Program is a Government of Canada program that allows employers in Canada to hire a foreign worker when no Canadians or permanent residents are available. The TFW Program contributes to economic growth in Canada by ensuring that Canadians and permanent residents continue to have the first opportunity at available jobs, while balancing the labour needs of employers. Employers can apply to hire temporary foreign workers through the High-Wage and Low-Wage streams, the Primary Agricultural Stream—including the Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program, or through supporting a skilled foreign worker's permanent resident visa application.
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