Canadian taxpayers would pay Canadian employers to give special treatment in hiring immigrants for their first job. Then if the business promoted those people, they would be paid special incentives.
All the while, the employers would have to work with government bureaucrats, job agencies and third-party evaluators to make sure they met plans dreamed up at the highest levels of the civil service. Meaning people that have no idea what it is like to run a small business.
Welcome to Justin Trudeau’s Canada.
The report was issued earlier this year and sat unnoticed in a dark corner of the Government of Canada website until uncovered by Tom Korski, a journalist with Blacklock’s Reporter.
“They say this is not government policy, merely a proposal,” Korski said. “But the fact is, it was written by government employees and they published it as a proposal. And the proposal was exactly that, to reward small business by giving them a financial incentive to hire an immigrant over a Canadian single mom, college kid, someone looking for a second job.”