Canadian ski resorts face labour shortage, government slow to issue working visas

VANCOUVER -

Canadian ski resorts that rely heavily on international workers are steadying themselves for a labour shortage this winter as the visa approval process by the federal government slows.

With international borders reopening to vaccinated travellers and vaccine passports allowing for increased guest capacity, Paul Pinchbeck, the CEO of Ski Canada, said the expected busy ski season is "creating a conundrum" for resorts across the country.

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