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> Employment In Canada’s Foodservice Industry
Many new immigrants get their first job in foodservice, where they build literacy skills and gain Canadian work experience that helps them integrate into the Canadian labour market. ... »details
Canadian Restaurant And Food Services Association
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Over the next 20 years, the one-two punch of low fertility rates and the retirement of baby boomers will create a labour shortage crisis of unparalleled proportions. By 2020, the Conference Board of Canada predicts a labour shortage of nearly one million people.
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Canadian Restaurant And Food Services Association
The number of temporary foreign workers in the GTA, what critics call cheap, disposable labour, has almost doubled in four years, according to new studies from Citizenship and Immigration Canada. ... »details
Lesley Ciarula Taylor, Immigration Reporter (The Toronto Star)
> Seniors will soon outnumber children, Statscan predicts
For the first time, senior citizens will outnumber children around 2015, according to population projections released yesterday by Statistics Canada. 'It's a very significant shift in the nature of population,' said Rod Beaujot, a sociology professor and demographer at the University of Western Ontario. The aging trend will affect almost every area of society, from health care and the labour force to investment and immigration. ... »details