Alberta town would be ‘shut down’ without foreign workers

CTVNews.ca Staff
Published Friday, April 12, 2013 10:31PM EDT

After news of RBC’s outsourcing of jobs caused a nationwide outcry, one small Alberta town said it depends on foreign workers to fill jobs that Canadians refuse.

In Rocky Mountain House, a town in central Alberta, business owner Nikki Searth said she relies on the program because she has trouble finding a student who will accept an $11-an-hour cashier job.

According to Searth, it wasn’t always so.

Alberta town would be ‘shut down’ without foreign workers | CTV News

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