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Temporary Foreign Workers Association


Temporary Foreign Worker Association of Canada
“Temporary Foreign Workers Association of Canada is a non-profit organization dedicating 24-hour continuous support, donated assistance and solutions for all foreign workers residing throughout Canada regardless of the circumstance or situation; we offer help, guidance and financial aid promoting a profitable, healthier work environment.”
The all new TFWA program is for all foreign workers in Canada seeking advice/assistance/aid for any and all issues that may arise within the foreign worker programs and personally. We can help make your transition, arrival or current stay in Canada a stress free one. We also speak Español and Tagalog!
The funding that TFWA receives is to HELP YOU. Our association is dedicated to working hard in raising funds to assist those who need help while here as a temporary foreign worker.
Affiliated law firms and support counseling staff can assist you with any problems or issues you may have while visiting, working or studying in our Country.

We Are Here to Help You in Any
and Every Way We Can!!

- Pay & Benefits
- Employee Rights and Labour Standards
- Housing (rent and utilities)
- Taxes and Budgeting
- Health Care
- Transportation
- Necessities (food, clothing, etc.)
- Communication
- Canadian Law
- Documentation
- Government requirement & paperwork
- Assisting you with your open visa.
- Your employer lays you off
- Work permit or other legal government documents are expiring or wrong
- Credit issues
- Personal family issues or crisis’s
- You do not like your employer
- You have nowhere to live
- You are being mistreated
- Your employer is not paying you correctly
- Problems with your salary, taxes, ROE’s (record of employment)

Our Mission

Our economy is growing stronger every day. The demand for quality assistance is becoming more even more demanding. TFWA, since opening our doors, has seen a substantial amount of questions and problems arise from the caregiver/skilled/unskilled worker division. Your dream of coming to Canada and creating a better life for yourself and your family slowly start disappearing when things go wrong.
TFWA is dedicated to helping you. We are here for you 24 hours a day. Your membership stays valid with us and membership is valid for 2 years. The only time your membership becomes “void” is when your status becomes permanent or when you are no longer a Foreign Worker in Canada.
Temporary Foreign Workers Association does not contact or speak to any parties regarding your situation unless it is authorized by you. TFWA can advise you on how to handle your situation in a respectable, harm free, worry free way. We have successfully assisted over 1000 clients in our past. We can also provide you with as many referrals as you like!
To become a member, all you have to do is apply online! Fill out the application and click “submit”. We will get in touch with you! When your application is finalized, you will receive your Temporary Foreign Workers Association card in the mail within a few weeks.
You must sign the back and carry your card with you at all times. Assistance, free of charge, no matter how much you need, is yours by either showing us your card at the time of your appointment or giving us your membership number via internet or phone.
Please note that assistance is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.




295 Midpark Way SE; Suite 200







Postal code

T2X 2A8

Phone number

403-452-TFWA (8392)

Fax number


Economic sectors

Agriculture and horticulture workers, Occupations in services - Domestic work, Sales and service occupations - general, Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations - general, Natural resources, agriculture and related production occupations - general, Labourers in food, beverage and associated products processing, Dancers, and Other

Target groups

(Im)migrants workers, Policymakers, Journalists, Public awareness, Employers, agencies and their representatives, Researchers, Unions, and NGOs/community groups/solidarity networks

Geographical focuses

Canada, Ontario, Alberta, Manitoba, Quebec, British Columbia, Other provinces, Federal, Nova Scotia, and National relevance