Submissions and Resolutions

Today
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Foreign Remote Workers with Employers Outside of Canada

  • August 21, 2019

The CBA raises concerns and seeks clarification on situations where work permits under the Temporary Foreign Workers Program are issued to foreign telecommuters working for foreign employers from office space in Canada.

Immigration Law, Labour & Employment

Making Access to Justice an Election Priority

  • June 11, 2019

The CBA is asking party leaders to show leadership on access to justice, by dedicating federal legal aid funding; and adopting guiding principles for a national, integrated system of public legal assistance.

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Less Complex Claims: Short-hearing Process for Refugees

  • March 15, 2019

The CBA recommends safeguards to procedural fairness in the Immigration and Refugee Board’s new short-hearing process for less complicated claims at the Refugee Protection Division.

Administrative Law, Immigration Law