On November 6, 2023, Immigration Minister Marc Miller celebrated the 11th National Francophone Immigration Week, emphasizing the value of Francophone immigrants to Canada’s cultural, demographic, and economic richness. The government recently set new admission targets for French-speaking immigrants outside Quebec, aiming for 6% in 2024, 7% in 2025, and 8% in 2026. These targets reflect Canada’s commitment to strengthening Francophone minority communities and supporting labour needs. The government has been consulting on a new Francophone immigration policy, which will soon be launched under the modernized Official Languages Act. The policy aims to support Francophone communities outside Quebec.