Last Updated on March 19, 2013 by Steven Meurrens
The document below is Service Canada Regional Reference Material – Reference #6 – Lodge Owners, released on November 14, 2012 (“Reference #6“).
Reference #6 provides guidance to Service Canada officers regarding the processing of Labour Market Opinions for partial Owner/Operator Labour Market Opinions where the business is a hunting, fishing, or leisure lodge, camp, or resort.
It recommends that officers approve applications where the employment of the partial Owner / Operator results in job creation for Canadians and permanent residents. However, where the employment of the partial Owner / Operator does not result in job creation for Canadians and permanent residents, it recommends refusal.
Please note that Reference #6 is a copy of an official work by the Government of Canada which was obtained through an Access to Information and Privacy Act Request, and to my knowledge is not otherwise publicly available. While I believe that Regional Reference #6 is still current, I cannot be assured of this. The reproduction of this document has not occurred with the affiliation of the Government of Canada, nor with the endorsement of the Government of Canada