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Immigrants: Quebec and Jolin-Barrette

immigrants: Jolin-Barrette is also in talks with his federal counterpart, Ahmed Hussen, according to CTV. Quebec is not looking for a confrontation with Ottawa, said Jolin-Barrette is it looking for common ground. Quebec Immigration Minister Simon Jolin-Barrette continued high-level talks Thursday in Quebec City with Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic Leblanc. That might be difficult when it comes to immigration the Trudeau government is planning to boost the number of immigrants who come to Canada over the next three years. Last year, Quebec accepted around 52,000 immigrants, who came to the province under one of three categories refugeesimmigrants who come under the family reunification programeconomic immigrants. The CAQ, meanwhile, wants to deliver on a campaign promise to cut immigration levels in Quebec by 20 per cent. ( As reported in the news.