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Quebec to make French mandatory for economic immigrants

Quebec Premier François Legault has moved forward with his plan to limit economic immigration to Quebec to those who already speak French. On May 25, Legault proposed changes to Quebec’s immigration system, requiring all adult applicants for economic immigration to demonstrate their fluency in French. The province is also seeking feedback from Quebeckers and organizations on whether Quebec should restrict annual immigration to 50,000 new permanent residents or gradually increase that immigration target to 60,000 new permanent residents for 2024 through 2027.


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