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My employer has gone bankrupt owing me back wages and my air fare back home. Is there anything I can do?

Yes, there is. The government will pay you a percentage of your salary and the severance you are due. Note that you must be a legal worker to be eligible for this benefit. For more details, go to Working/Business on the menu and look under Employement Insurance or use this link.

 

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