Canadian Immigration Policy and the Live-In Caregiver Program


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Canadian Immigration Policy and the Live-In Caregiver Program
In 2009 the Toronto Star initiated a year-long series of articles chronicling the realities of economic exploitation and abuse faced by immigrants to Canada working in the Live-In Caregiver and Guest Worker program; a series of articles that led to the Federal Auditor-General launching a critical investigation of the program late in the year (Monsebraaten 2009). This essay will critically analyse the history and operation of the Live-In Caregiver program as a manifestation of Canadian immigration policy.
This proposal will outline the anticipated parameters of the paper, its scope, as well as key research questions. As this proposal will reveal, at this exploratory...
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