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"Addressing the housing issue by adopting a human right framework put Canada on an accelerated path to meet newcomer families’ housing needs."
"Addressing the housing issue by adopting a human right framework put Canada on an accelerated path to meet newcomer families’ housing needs."
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>"Brexit, 6 years on: The EU was saddling the UK with governmental demands that were thoroughly at variance with British people’s interests"
>"Brexit, 6 years on: The EU was saddling the UK with governmental demands that were thoroughly at variance with British people’s interests"
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"In many European countries, left-wing and right-wing populist movements have emerged that, despite all their differences, are united by their opposition to economic liberalism and capitalism."
"In many European countries, left-wing and right-wing populist movements have emerged that, despite all their differences, are united by their opposition to economic liberalism and capitalism."
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"One third of the economists surveyed say Australia’s migration target should be lifted to 190,000 per year. Another third say 190,000 is not enough."
"One third of the economists surveyed say Australia’s migration target should be lifted to 190,000 per year. Another third say 190,000 is not enough."
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"Attributing Australia’s economic success to closed borders runs the risk of leaving us with the wrong lesson the next time the things turn down."
"Attributing Australia’s economic success to closed borders runs the risk of leaving us with the wrong lesson the next time the things turn down."
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Tara D. Sonenshine, Opinion Contributor, Tara D. Sonenshine, Opinion Contributor
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Tara D. Sonenshine, Opinion Contributor, Tara D. Sonenshine, Opinion Contributor
"If you occasionally flirt with the idea of running to another country, you are not alone."
"If you occasionally flirt with the idea of running to another country, you are not alone."
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"I have dozens of high-skilled immigrant clients who are stuck in a decades-long green card backlog, simply because they’re from a populous country."
"I have dozens of high-skilled immigrant clients who are stuck in a decades-long green card backlog, simply because they’re from a populous country."
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Polish authorities have taken a hardline stance on the crisis, instituting a state of emergency in the border _...Read More_
Polish authorities have taken a hardline stance on the crisis, instituting a state of emergency in the border _...Read More_
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"Foreign workers can fill roles critical to the health of the US economy as the threat of inflation looms."
"Foreign workers can fill roles critical to the health of the US economy as the threat of inflation looms."
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>"Official from Dutch-based FNV criticises visa plan as ‘dead end’ due to poor working conditions"
>"Official from Dutch-based FNV criticises visa plan as ‘dead end’ due to poor working conditions"
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"Immigration became the big issue in the EU referendum. It’s also why the supermarket shelves are empty"
"Immigration became the big issue in the EU referendum. It’s also why the supermarket shelves are empty"
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"The combination of Brexit, Covid, and an immigration policy that favours skilled (in practice higher paid) workers has created severe shortages of workers..."
"The combination of Brexit, Covid, and an immigration policy that favours skilled (in practice higher paid) workers has created severe shortages of workers..."
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>"Our dysfunctional labour market was reliant on a pool of exploitable workers, says the Guardian columnist John Harris"
>"Our dysfunctional labour market was reliant on a pool of exploitable workers, says the Guardian columnist John Harris"
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>"Firms ignored the issue of migrant labour for years, but it is possible to manage without it – at a cost"
>"Firms ignored the issue of migrant labour for years, but it is possible to manage without it – at a cost"