Posted on March 07 2023
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Abstract: Quebec invested over 5 million CAD in aiding the settlement of international individuals in its province.
Quebec welcomes a substantial number of you international individuals every year. To make settlement in the province easier for them, it has announced an investment of 5.3 million CAD. The funds will help in boosting the settlement services.
The investment will strengthen the links of foreign nationals with Quebec.
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The funds are aimed at offering settlement services in the French language for foreign nationals from 14 to more than 30 years of age as part of PASI or Program to Accompany and Support Integration.
The funds will support 13 projects, each facilitated by a different non-profit organization. It will offer settlement services in the four regions of Quebec, that is, the national capital region, Montréal, Lanaudière, and Montérégie.
The projects undertaken are:
Detailed information about the distribution of investment in Quebec is given in the table below:
|Investment for International Immigrants in Quebec|
|City||Investment (in CAD)|
|National Capital Region of Quebec||1.2 million|
|Greater Montreal||2.5 million|
The recent data by IRCC or Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada shows that Quebec welcomed 68,685 international individuals in 2022. It welcomed 50,275 new foreign nationals in 2021.
In the provincial-federal agreement, Quebec's proportion of new permanent residents is equal to the demographic figures in Canada.
Quebec has 23% of Canada's population. The national immigration target of Canada is 465,000 new permanent residents, as stated in the Immigration Levels Plan 2023-2025.
All the policies are being undertaken to boost the French language in Quebec.
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