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Legault urges Trudeau to give Quebec more immigration control as promised

François Legault calls for Justin Trudeau to fulfill his promise of increased immigration powers for Quebec. Despite Parti Quebecois leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon's negative view of Quebec's future within Canada, Legault insists Trudeau appeared open to handling the province's growing temporary immigrant population, now at 560,000. This influx affects health, education, and housing significantly. Trudeau seemed willing to extend immigration visas and give Quebec sway over temporary worker admissions. Legault urges Trudeau to address the situation and counter St-Pierre Plamondon's pro-independence referendum stance, highlighting inconsistencies in his views on nationalism and sovereignty.

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