Canada is still struggling to find the right way to welcome tourists into its territory, as the country continues to grapple with the aftermath of the terrorist attack on the Las Vegas Strip.

On Monday, the Canadian government said it would allow more than 300,000 people from around the world to come to the country for two months starting on Jan. 5.

It has set a deadline of Jan. 26 to resettle any refugees who have yet to come, and the government says it will allow those already in Canada to apply for a visa before Jan. 31.

On Tuesday, the Department of Immigration said it was “reviewing the circumstances” of the announcement, and that a decision would be made on the issue later this week.

The announcement comes as the federal government’s top immigration official announced that it is suspending the Temporary Foreign Worker Program, a program that provides temporary foreign workers to foreign governments.

“The temporary foreign worker program provides skilled, low-cost, and highly skilled temporary foreign employees to help fill job openings in Canada and abroad,” said Immigration Minister Jason Kenney in a statement on Tuesday.

“This decision has been made because of the ongoing nature of the Las-Vegas tragedy.

It is expected that the temporary foreign labor program will resume at the earliest opportunity.”

The program has been suspended for the past six months, but it has been criticized by critics as allowing people to stay in Canada without paying taxes.

“I think the temporary workers that were used for this program were very badly paid,” said Jason Kenner, the president of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business.

“They were being treated like criminals, and it’s really disappointing to see that.”

Some people have argued that temporary foreign laborers are paid much less than their Canadian counterparts, and a group of business groups and trade groups is calling for an end to the program, arguing that it creates an unfair advantage to foreign workers over Canadian workers.

The Canadian Press’ Katie McPherson contributed to this report.

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