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"It's such a hard process to get someone now," she said. "There's so much red tape." The first Solly's store opened in 1994 on Main Street. There are now three Solly's in Vancouver, but the business is short 25 workers and has been forced to reduce its hours of operation. (CBC) New numbers from Statistics Canada shed light on the pain many small business owners face trying to find workers. Amid 40-year lows for national unemployment numbers, B.C'.s jobless rate ranks as the lowest in the country at 4.6 per cent. In Vancouver, the number is even smaller — 4.1 per cent. "It means everyone who wants to work is already working," said Markovitch. Richard Truscott of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business says the labour shortage is hitting small businesses hard in B.C. He agrees that relaxing temporary foreign worker regulations is one way to address the problem. "We believe the government over reacted," he said. "There were absolutely some issues in the program and examples of misuse and abuse ... but at the same time the government had a knee-jerk reaction to impose a bunch of new restrictions and rules." Liberals scrap '4-in, 4-out' rule for temporary foreign workers "It's not just the temporary foreign worker program that's the issue," said Truscott, "The entire immigration system is in desperate need of reform in the sense that it needs to better align with the needs of the economy and smaller employers who often struggle to find enough people to work inside their business." In a perfect world, Markovitch would employ 65 part-time and full-time workers at her three stores.
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