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Historybcit Students: Vancouver and Immigration

historybcit students: The announcement sets up a potential flashpoint with Ottawa, which has a say over a portion of immigration to Quebec, according to Vancouver Courier. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau questioned the plan before Jolin-Barrette even made it official. Too many newcomers are unemployed, don't speak French and aren't fully integrated, Quebec Immigration Minister Simon Jolin-Barrette told reporters after tabling his immigration targets for 2019.article continues below Trending Stories Vancouver Art Gallery shoe memorial recognizes lives of murdered women in B.C. Vision Vancouver will not run a mayoral candidate for first time in party's historyBCIT students won't wait for green light to roll out pot delivery service in Vancouver With Greyhound about to quit B.C., Lillooet calls for return of passenger train service Citing the majority mandate received in the Oct. 1 election, Jolin-Barrette said the Quebec public supports the government plan to reduce its immigration objective to 40,000 people next year a drop of about 10,000. What I hear across Quebec is entrepreneurs and businesses worried about the shortage of labour, Trudeau told reporters Tuesday morning. Jolin-Barrette said the reduction will be temporary, in order to give the government time to overhaul the immigration system. I'm not sure that this is the best time to reduce the number of people who come. ( As reported in the news.