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On July 12, 2010, Dr. Stan Monteith featured a discussion on illegal immigration and mentioned Canada’s temporary worker program for agricultural workers from Mexico and Latin America, like the system the U.S. had back in the 1960s.

Minimum wage is now $10.25 an hour in Canada’s largest province, Ontario, where most of the workers work, and with a 96 cent Canadian dollar, vis-a-vis the USD, it doesn’t seem to put their farmers at an economic disadvantage.

Previously, I wrote about Australia’s minimum wage of $15 an hour, which is more than double the U.S. federal minimum wage, and that didn’t stop the conservative Heritage Foundation from ranking Australia as more economically free than the U.S. Both countries even compared very closely on the metrics that are most relevant to business freedom and wages.

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