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Alberta tourism towns bracing for busy winter with fewer temporary foreign workers

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Visitors to see big changes on Banff’s Bear Street after major construction work during pandemic As a hectic summer season comes to a close, Prevost is one of many business operators in destinations like Banff and Whistler, B.C., who are bracing for a busier winter season as international visitors return to Canada amid an ongoing staff shortage.“Even pre-pandemic, the hospitality sector was always difficult to staff.

Every single year the available pool of hospitality staff has been diminishing,” said Prevost, chef and co-owner of Block Kitchen and Bar and Shoku Izakaya in Banff.“The pandemic has made it even worse, and a lot of people left the business entirely.”He says his business has raised wages as much as possible without.

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