2019-11-11 – The Quebec provincial government has moved to suspend the changes made to the Quebec Experience Program (PEQ) following outcry from a number of stakeholders.

Immigration Minister Simon Jolin-Barrette announced on Facebook that the November 1 changes would be temporarily suspended to allow for revisions to the lists for in-demand jobs and areas of training.

The move comes after candidates, employers and politicians joined the outcry against the Coalition Avenir Quebec move to significantly reduce the number of people who qualified for the priority immigration program.

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