Canada has admitted an increasing number of foreign workers with various temporary work permits to meet the local labor shortage and growing labor market demand. The rise of temporary migrants has accompanied with a policy shift, from one-step to two-step immigration, to facilitate the retention of former temporary foreign workers and international graduates who had obtained Canadian work experience and credentials. Imposing specific regulations, the policies have created a relatively privileged class of high-skilled workers who have more labour rights and transition pathways than their low-skilled counterparts. Thus, unequal regulations are applied to govern the labour market participation and transition of these two groups of migrant workers. How different notions of temporariness are produced within the Canadian temporary migration programme and the two-step immigration model. Support your answer with external resources/articles.
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