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Quebec To Revoke Immigrants Who Don't Speak French

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3 minutes ago, Edonis said:

OMG yes! Gage Park! Nnnnnnn and isn't your family Portuguese or something? Watch y'all be cousins or something :bradley:

Is he Portuguese background? Yes I'm Portuguese too :ph34r:

 

These incredible coincidences are freaking me out :cryga:

 

Edit: another user from GGD is from Brampton too @VANTABLACK

 

I've met him :)

the Gage park area is actually where we met up for an uber to go to Toronto for a Gaga event they had at a hotel!

 

there was also a 3rd user from Brampton but I can't remember his name :cryga:

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9 minutes ago, Economy said:

Is he Portuguese background? Yes I'm Portuguese too :ph34r:

 

These incredible coincidences are freaking me out :cryga:

 

Edit: another user from GGD is from Brampton too @VANTABLACK

 

I've met him :)

the Gage park area is actually where we met up for an uber to go to Toronto for a Gaga event they had at a hotel!

 

there was also a 3rd user from Brampton but I can't remember his name :cryga:

Yes he is :bradley:

I'm so incredibly shaken right now lol :nooo:

It's crazy how small the world can be sometimes! 

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OMonster

With the exception of legitimate refugees, I see nothing wrong about this policy. 

Language is the absolute foundation of society, and why any country should be shamed for wanting to preserve that... I do not know. 

Why should anyone be able to live anywhere, without integration? And without a mutual understanding of language, there can be no true integration. 

And as for French values, this simply refers to Western norms - freedom, liberty, equality, justice. The very values that allow for open and safe immigration. 

To exploit that openness (in benefitting from a country where you cannot communicate) would be wrong. To protect the productivity, utility and prosperity of immigration would be right... which is exactly what this policy ensures. 

It keeps immigration beneficial to all. To the locals and to the immigrants. It creates cohesion, builds togetherness and leads to that thing we call society. 

It’s not a hateful policy. It’s a sensible one. 

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7 minutes ago, Edonis said:

Yes he is :bradley:

I'm so incredibly shaken right now lol :nooo:

It's crazy how small the world can be sometimes! 

I mean Brampton is slowly becoming one of Canada's relevant cities :giggle:

 

At the rate were growing (about 20,000 people a year) in about 10 years we will surpass Mississauga and become the second largest city in the Toronto area next to Toronto itself

 

And we have celebrities we birthed including Russel Peters, Alesia Cara and the basketball player that I can't remember his name :emma:

 

Still tho, the odds we were so close :rip:

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ClarenceDColes

Oh no...what?? I am about to start my immigration process...was searching the internet for hours, trying to find info about Canadian immigration system, went through all the sites like this  this  or this  - and I decided to try to get myself to Quebec and everywhere was written that I need EITHER english OR french!

Don't tell me I have to now some french to get/stay there now :( :( 

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4 hours ago, S0436 said:

I’m surprised as Canada can do no wrong, and last I heard Quebec was part of Canada.

Canada is not as homogeneous as some people think. Some Provinces like Alberta and Saskatchewan are WAY more conservative as well as Capitalist than for example British Columbia thats very left

 

Alberta for example elected their Conservative Provincial Government for 40 years straight

 

As for Quebec, in many many ways they stand out from the rest of Canada and have never quite matched the rest of the English culture and talk if seperation never fully went away

 

They are kind of like Hong Kong in China. Part of the same Country but different culture and more autonomu to run their own affairs

 

For example Quebec isnt even part of Canadas Government Pension System or our Unemployment EI benefits. They have their own seperate system

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