Protocol office frequently bans foreign missions from hiring new domestic workers due to non-compliance with Canadian labour laws and policies.
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Marie-Danielle Smith Published: Wednesday, 06/10/2015 12:00 am EDT Last Updated: Tuesday, 06/16/2015 8:10 pm EDT
As many as eight foreign missions were either being closely monitored by Canada’s Office of Protocol on their labour law compliance or were banned from hiring new domestic workers in 2014, according to reports obtained by Embassy.
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