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Quebec election proposal on immigration faces roadblock from Canada

Reuters India Thursday, 13 September 2018
A controversial proposal by the front-runner in Quebec's October elections seeking to reduce immigration and add French language tests will put the province at odds with Canada's federal government under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, immigration lawyers and senior federal Quebec Liberals said.
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