Analysis, Solidarity, Action—a Workers’ Perspective on the Increasing Use of Migrant Labour in Canada

Canada’s Part in the Global Integration of Labour MarketsAt the September 2006, United Nations High-Level Dialogue onInternational Migration and Development, the International Organizationfor Migration (IOM) made a proposal for a set of measures to integratelabour markets around the world, and ultimately make them yet moreflexible.The ‘International Migration and Development Initiative’ emerged fromdiscussions between the IOM- an inter-governmental organizationestablished in 1951- the private sector, the World Bank, and somegovernments. Moving beyond the weakening of collective agreements,and of unions in general, witnessed over the past twenty-five years, theIMDI argues:read more