Temporary Foreign Workers Shortage

A man operates machinery holding material to make compost, at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada's largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

A man operates machinery holding material to make compost, at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada’s largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

A worker walks through material to make compost at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada's largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

A worker walks through material to make compost at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada’s largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

Temporary foreign workers harvest mushrooms at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada's largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

Temporary foreign workers harvest mushrooms at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada’s largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

Temporary foreign workers harvest mushrooms at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada's largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

Temporary foreign workers harvest mushrooms at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada’s largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

A temporary foreign worker harvests mushrooms at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada's largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

A temporary foreign worker harvests mushrooms at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada’s largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

A temporary foreign worker harvests mushrooms at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada's largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

A temporary foreign worker harvests mushrooms at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada’s largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

Temporary foreign workers harvest mushrooms at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada's largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

Temporary foreign workers harvest mushrooms at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada’s largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

Temporary foreign workers harvest mushrooms at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada's largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

Temporary foreign workers harvest mushrooms at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada’s largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

Temporary foreign workers stand in front of job posting board during their lunch break at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada's largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

Temporary foreign workers stand in front of job posting board during their lunch break at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada’s largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

Temporary foreign workers take their lunch break at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada's largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

Temporary foreign workers take their lunch break at the Highline Mushrooms farm, Canada’s largest mushroom grower, who are having trouble keeping employees because of a Canadian law that requires temporary foreign workers to their home countries after four years on the job, in Leamington, Ontario, Canada, April 14, 2016.

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