Investigating the Needs of Migrant Workers in Agriculture Working in Prince Edward Island

The purpose of this study was to investigate how best to improve temporary foreign worker retention and satisfaction on Prince Edward Island.

View the project final report HERE

View the presentation “Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program”, delivered at the Federations Migrant Workshop on March 12th at the Farm Centre HERE

Other Resources

Foreign Worker Safety Training Videos HERE

Signs for Foreign Worker Environments HERE

AtocTli Migrant Worker Magazine

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AtocTli aims to improve the communication, safety and welfare of workers on Canadian farms through useful and meaningful information, approached in a positive, constructive and conciliatory manner. This magazine aims to improve the worker experience while working in Canada.