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Government-Delegated Time: Legault and Expulsion Plan

government-delegated time: It's a matter of time before the majority comes non-French speaking, Legault said, according to CTV. So I think it's important for us that in the next one, two, three, four generations that we still speak French. Legault explained that newcomers would be issued a temporary certificate, and would then have three years to take free French classes and pass a basic test. Those who fail, Legault added, would find themselves in the same position as a student or temporary worker who has to leave once their government-delegated time is up. People who don't take the initiative to follow these French courses, he said, can't be very serious about immigrating to Quebec. However, Legault was clear on the fact that this was not an expulsion plan. ( As reported in the news.