Live-in caregiver program improving

In her op-ed in last week's edition of Embassy, Manuela Gruber Hersch wrote that some stakeholders in the live-in caregiver sector question whether the federal government's recent decision to have employers bear the financial burden of bringing live-in caregivers to Canada is a hidden tactic to scrap the program.

Marna Martin
Published: Wednesday, 12/14/2011 12:00 am EST

In her op-ed in last week's edition of Embassy, Manuela Gruber Hersch wrote that some stakeholders in the live-in caregiver sector question whether the federal government's recent decision to have employers bear the financial burden of bringing live-in caregivers to Canada is a hidden tactic to scrap the program.

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