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The Canadian government recently launched a program for family members of certain temporary foreign workers, allowing them to apply for work permits.
Additional Information: The Canadian government estimates that family members of more than 200,000 foreign workers could begin working in Canada, offering a greater opportunity for both foreign workers seeking to work in Canada and for employers addressing their labor needs.
BAL Analysis: Canadian authorities announced the expansion of the eligibility of work permits to family members of temporary foreign workers to address labor shortages across the country.
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