One of the other recommendations that I have written down is that I would like to call on the IRCC to remove the caregiver program under its current economic immigration programs. The federal caregiver program has been around for the last three decades. The LCP, which ran from 1992 to 2014, was an important source for those families needing caregivers. The program may be flawed, but it gave more caregivers a chance to become permanent residents. However, in 2014, participants lost their automatic path to permanence, and caregivers, despite having toiled for many years in Canadian households, were refused PR.
I also recommend the removal of the language and education requirements, which did not exist prior to the 2014 changes that prevent these caregivers from obtaining PR.
Finally, I really would like to push for that amnesty program for caregivers who have lost their status. I have listed in my material a few of the reasons why they lost their status. Usually, it's beyond their control. There were even those caregivers who lost their status because their employers did not pay their taxes or because their employers did not get their LMIAs in on time. Therefore, they were found to be violating the IRPA. There were other reasons they lost their status, and it was usually beyond their control. For us to actually give them—