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Quebec Solidaire: Party and Reception Centers

quebec solidaire: We've got to get going on inclusion, in job recognition, in diploma recognition, said Khadir, according to CTV. To that end, the party first wants to force public services to hire more minorities. Party spokesperson Manon Mass and MNA Amir Khadir presented their four-part policy at a news conference while surrounded by a diverse roster of party members. In the long run, Quebec Solidaire would like to see 18 per cent of public servants from cultural communities, and 13 per cent from visible minorities. Spread throughout Quebec, these centers would also encourage settlement in other regions of the province. The party also plans to create reception centers for refugees or asylum seekers where they would be welcomed and directed to resources. ( As reported in the news.