Canadian islands belonging to the Québec require immigrants
Three Canadian islands in the province of Quebec, Canada, have decided to embark on a new experience of attracting large numbers of Francophone immigrants, especially from the Maghreb and Asia, following the successful recruitment of thousands of French and Belgians, namely Prince Edward Island, New Scotland “and” Brunswick Island “.
According to Radio Canada, Silvian Lantier, president of the Confederation of Francophone and Indigenous Communities of the province of Quebec, explained that migration to Canada has become known to the European Francophones, but this time it must be changed, by paying attention to the continent of Africa and Asia.
The islands demanded new immigrants following the success of their earlier plan to attract thousands of French and Belgians, including the islands of Prince Edward Island, New Scotland Island and Brunswick Island.
According to Radio Canada, the president of the Union of Francophone and Indigenous Communities of the province of Québec, Sélévan Lanti, said that emigration to Canada has become known to the Francophone Europeans, and that there is a need to change to different continents, mainly Africa and Asia, to take care of the Francophones in these two continents.