Thursday, November 25, 2004

Canada cannot export its beef to the United States, but we do import fresh meat.

Immigration Minister Judy Sgro, embroiled in a controversy over a residency visa awarded to a Romanian stripper, now says she plans to change the rules that exotic dancers can use to emigrate to Canada.

Under the present rules exotic dancing is classified as one of the jobs the Labour Department monitors for shortages, making it easier for people to emigrate and fill those jobs.

Well, at least they are employed. I wonder how the Labour Department monitors for shortages of exotic dancers.

1 Comment:

basil said...

For those of you who don't know, there is the Ministry uf Female Features (or MuFF, as Her Majesty's agents affectionately call themselves), which sends out undercover operatives across the country to keep tabs on the situation. You won't be able to find out anything about this ministry through the conventional means because it operates under the Liberal "shadow budget" for security reasons. Our socially conscious Liberal government realizes that keeping a fresh supply of young talent available is a necessary, yet highly controversial, responsibility. This kind of work is not well understood by many morally unenlightened citizens, who do not understand our government's carefull management of human resources. As a result, the MuFF agents must sneak around the nation's strip bars in overcoats, sunglasses, and secrecy, carefully monitoring this situation. It's a dirty job but someone's gotta do it . . .