Information Radio - MB | May 9, 2013 | 7:52

Foreign Workers Controversy - An I-Team Investigation

An Alberta based company is using temporary foreign workers on a Winnipeg job site because it says it couldn't find local workers. The local carpenter's union says the company is wrong.

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