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Invisible no more: Migrant and refugee workers in Alberta's meatpacking industry face precarious conditions under COVID-19

Invisible no more: Migrant and refugee workers in Alberta's meatpacking industry face precarious conditions under COVID-19

What is the link between the immigration status of workers, the workplace conditions meat packers face and their experience of the COVID-19 pandemic? Why do meatpacking plants hire temporary foreign

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COVID-19 Among Meatpacking Workers: Documenting Migration Status and Employment Conditions in Southern Alberta

COVID-19 Among Meatpacking Workers: Documenting Migration Status and Employment Conditions in Southern Alberta

Project Investigator: Jennifer Hyndman. Partner: ActionDignity. Funding: SSHRC Partnership Engage Grant. Term: 2020-2022. The project seeks to unpack the links between the migration status of meat packers and their experience

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