Future Growth: Majority Victory and Business Leaders
future growth: Think-tanks are warning the province faces a slow-moving demographic crisis that will restrict future growth and make it harder to pay for its generous social services, according to Toronto Star. Naturally, then, Quebec's new premier is promising to slash immigration to the province by almost a quarter next year a move that will make the well-documented demographic problems even worse. Business leaders are complaining they can't find enough workers. Premier-elect Francois Legault speaks to supporters as he celebrates after winning the Quebec provincial election. But it clearly made political sense for Fran ois Legault and his Coalition Avenir Qu bec CAQ party, which won a resounding majority victory in Monday's election. Paul Chiasson / THE CANADIAN PRESS No, it doesn't make sense, at least economic sense. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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