The federal government is considering further crackdown measures on its embattled temporary foreign worker program.
The Canadian Press has learned that at a meeting of stakeholders today, government officials said they're considering implementing a so-called wage floor.
It would essentially mean that no temporary foreign workers could be paid beneath a set amount.
That would make it more difficult for companies like fast-food restaurants to access the program.
Stakeholders say there could also be higher fees for companies seeking temporary foreign workers.
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