Canadians overwhelmingly want temporary foreign workers who live here to also be able to stay here as permanent residents and get workplace benefits, a Nanos Research poll reveals.

The national survey was conducted for Senators Ratna Omidvar and Rob Black in November and the results were released in mid-December.

It shows that more than eight in 10 Canadians are ready to see Ottawa provide a way for temporary migrant workers to stay in Canada. Work visas are issued to such workers under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) and the Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program (SAWP) through Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada to address labour market shortages.

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