For more than 20 years our Saskatchewan family farm has employed young farmers from around the world through the program. It helps our farm economy, boosts our tourism industry and strengthens our image abroad.
Flickr Photo: Bruce Guenter
The edge of a grain field near Dundurn, Sask.
Gerrid Gust Published: Wednesday, 07/29/2015 1:37 am EDT Last Updated: Monday, 08/24/2015 11:33 am EDT
For more than 20 years our family farm in the heart of Saskatchewan has employed young farmers from around the world through the working-holiday visa program that is now known as the International Experience Canada program.
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