EI stats drop in Atlantic Canada after changes aimed at seasonal work: economist

Oct 2, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Prince George Citizen

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - A disproportionate drop in employment insurance recipients in Atlantic Canada suggests federal EI restrictions are having a negative impact that will only get worse as seasonal industries lay off staff, critics say.

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Bastards! The maritimes are treated as second class citizens by ottawa! When is this madness going to end! We lost over half our population and all the govt cares about is bringing in more and more immigrants and TFWs at 300000 a damn year! Im sick of it! I want to return to NB but I cant!Im stuck in a hellhole shit city called ottawa.I cant even go out at night its unsafe with all the gangs and bad cultures here.

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