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Canada continues attracting French-speaking skilled immigrants

On February 9, 2024, Immigration Minister Marc Miller announced the start of 2024 Express Entry rounds for candidates with specific skills or strong French proficiency. The new policy supports economic growth and social prosperity and aims to increase Francophone immigration outside Quebec to 8% by 2026. The policy, which prioritizes French-speaking candidates, reflects Canada's commitment to Francophone communities. Indeed, immigration accounts for nearly all of Canada’s labour force growth, addressing shortages in key sectors. The Express Entry system ensures Canada attracts the necessary skilled workers while supporting Francophone communities' vitality.



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