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Quebec premier warns of immigration overreaction

Quebec Premier François Legault has expressed concerns regarding the current immigration levels, warning that an "overreaction" against newcomers could occur if the province continues to accept as many immigrants as it has in recent years. Legault has urged Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to reduce immigration to Quebec, citing the strain on services, the French language, and housing as primary issues. He emphasized the need for balance, stating that welcoming over 300,000 new residents in two years is unsustainable. Legault's remarks come amid fears of growing right-wing sentiments similar to those seen in the United States and France.

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