It can be difficult to ascertain what François Legault actually believes about immigration.
The issue wasn’t central to the first campaigns he waged as leader of the Coalition Avenir Québec, the party he co-founded with a billionaire friend.
After a couple of middling election results in 2012 and 2014, however, Legault began to raise immigration with increasing frequency. His proposal to cut immigration levels and impose a values test on newcomers were centrepieces of the party’s platform in 2018, for example, when it swept to power with a convincing majority.
But then as now, when Legault speaks about immigration, he’s liable to utter falsehoods, contradictions, or to
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