(Jan. 15/14) The language section of the Labour Market Opinion (LMO) application form for the Temporary Foreign Worker (TFW) program now provides the option of listing a language requirement other than French or English, or choosing no language requirement at all.

Operators should keep in mind the federal government expects to grant very few exceptions in the restaurant industry to requiring TFW competence in one of the official languages.

For CRFA members only

All members should have received a bulletin detailing these changes and what they mean. If you haven’t received your copy, contact CRFA’s Federal Policy Director Rick Hall at rhall@restaurantscanada.org.


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