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A guide to Quebec's new immigration and religious symbols laws: How we got here and what's next

CBC.ca Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Quebec is a different place after the Coalition Avenir Québec government adopted two laws reshaping the province's immigration system and imposing new rules on people who wear religious symbols. Here's a guide to what happened, and what's next.
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