Leading the media onslaught over the Royal Bank of Canada’s hiring of foreign workers is the CBC’s Kathy Tomlinson:
One problem though, the CBC does it too:
A spokesman for the CBC said the broadcaster used the program six times last year: Hockey Night in Canada hired three hockey personalities under the temporary foreign worker program, while the public broadcaster also brought in three specialized equipment operators from the U.S. for its broadcast of the Canadian Country Music Awards. (see here)
I’ve asked Tomlinson:
1) Found anyone who lost their jobs from CBC hiring temporary foreign workers?
2) What are the fines if CBC’s foreign workers break their contracts?
I’ll get back to you when she answers.