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CAQ official confirmation: next year, the number of immigran
Guide reading:Not only Trudeau, but also Montreal Mayor Valery Plante today expressed concern about CAQ's insistence on implementing immigration reduction plans, which she believes will exacerbate the shortage of labour in Montreal, the largest city in Quebec. L
Simon Jolin-Barrette, Minister of Immigration, said the government wanted to ensure that new immigrants were better integrated into the labour market.
 
"We want to make full use of our resources so that everyone who chooses Quebec has a chance to succeed," Simon Jolin-Barrette said before the National Assembly.
 
Earlier today, Trudeau expressed great concern about Quebec's policy of reducing immigration, saying that Quebec should reconsider whether it really wants to reduce the number of immigrants it receives every year.
 
Trudeau said he heard these concerns from many entrepreneurs who were worried about a severe shortage of labor in Quebec province. "I'm not sure if this is the best time to reduce the number of people." He told reporters in French in Ottawa.
 
But CAQ still requires the federal government to cooperate to help it meet its campaign commitments and reduce the number of immigrants from Quebec.
 
Because Quebec only has jurisdiction over economic migrants, while family reunification and refugee programs are regulated by the federal government.
 
Dominic LeBlanc, the Minister of intergovernmental affairs, is an important figure in the federal government on this issue. He said the federal government would study Quebec's plan.
 
He said he wanted to ensure that Quebec fulfilled its responsibilities under the existing Ottawa-Quebec Immigration Agreement and accepted refugees and immigrants who already had families in Quebec.
 
Not only Trudeau, but also Montreal Mayor Valery Plante today expressed concern about CAQ's insistence on implementing immigration reduction plans, which she believes will exacerbate the shortage of labour in Montreal, the largest city in Quebec.
 
Last year, the unemployment rate in Quebec reached an all-time low of 6.1%.
 
On Monday, economic data released by CAQ showed that a tightening labor market could slow economic growth.