Canada plans to raise the immigration targets for francophone immigrants settling outside of Quebec

according to the recent announcement by Marc Miller. Last year, the number of francophone immigrants to Canada outside Quebec more than doubled, with 16,380 new permanent residents. This year, Canada seems to exceed that number with 10,190 new francophone permanent residents welcomed within the first seven months. The immigration minister’s proposal to increase the goal for francophone immigration follows Ottawa’s decision to allow all French-speaking foreign nationals into the francophone stream of the International Mobility Program.

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