tests: According to the plan, immigrants to Quebec would first be granted a three-year residency permit and would then have to pass a series of tests, such as knowledge of French, and whether their values align with the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, according to CTV. The suggestion was roundly criticized by the party's opponents from all sides. The party said if it becomes the next provincial government in Quebec that it would pressure the federal government to expel people who fail certain tests. What he's proposing simply makes absolutely no sense, said Immigration Minister David Heurtel. We will never support any proposition that creates two classes of citizens, added Quebec solidaire MNA Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois. That's not a way to be welcoming, that's not a way to integrate people, said PQ leader Jean-Francois Lisee. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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