Quebec premier celebrates Cherry’s firing, calls the icon a ‘clown’
Quebec Premier François Legault is “very happy” Don Cherry was fired.
Quebec provincial credit score reaches ‘remarkable’ historic high
DBRS Morningstar global credit rating agency officially upgraded Quebec’s rating from level A (high), where it has remained since 2006.
Quebec achieves surplus of $1.4 billion, gives it back to the people
Quebec’s governing party the Coalition Avenir Québec has achieved an impressive surplus of $1.4 billion and will now look to distribute amongst the Québecois people.
English-language group accuses Quebec of dodgy politics
An organization that represents English-speaking Quebeckers is accusing the Quebec government of undermining their activities in the province,
Quebec accepts 25% fewer immigrants and 40% fewer skilled immigrants in first half of 2019
The overall immigration numbers, thus, show that Quebec went from accepting 24,480 immigrants in the first half of 2018 to accepting 18,200 immigrants a year later, a 25.7% overall reduction.
Montreal School Boards to implement religious secularism law and abide by Bill C-21
“Some people will say that we are going too far. Some will say, we aren’t going far enough,” Legault said. “In reality, this bill is moderate, just like Quebecers.”
Trudeau government commits $250 million to Quebec refugees and asylum seekers
The announcement was made on Thursday via press release, only months after Quebec Premier Francois Legault said Ottawa owed Quebec $300 million in compensation due to the costs that come with asylum seekers.
Quebec government to subsidize temporary foreign workers
The CAQ are currently on track to meet their target of reducing immigration to Quebec by 20%.