jolin-barrette: Jolin-Barrette, who didn't meet with the students, says their testimonials at a news conference inside the legislature led him to change his mind, according to CTV. I think I'm really sensitive to that because I heard them yesterday and this morning .... I made some changes about the reforms to answer their questions and their preoccupations, Jolin-Barrette told reporters. After teary pleas at the National Assembly from some students the day prior, as well as calls from opposition parties for the Legault government to revisit its decision, Immigration Minister Simon Jolin-Barrette announced Wednesday he would allow students already enrolled in the program to complete it under the old rules. While those currently in the program will be spared, the new restrictive rules will go ahead for future participants as the province attempts to address labour shortages by targeting specific fields where workers are needed. We may not have properly evaluated the more human aspect of the reform he admitted. Legault said Wednesday that he was touched by the students' response to the reform. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.