QC announces $603M plan to reverse decline of French in Québec

The Government of Québec has announced a $603M plan focused on reversing the decline of French in Québec. QC has outlined nine priorities, which include attracting and retaining a greater number of French-speaking international students and accelerating the process of obtaining permanent residence for international students graduating from French-language programs. Starting in November 2024, those in the Québec Graduates stream must have completed an eligible program of study in French or have completed three years of full-time secondary or postsecondary studies in French. $12.8M will go toward strengthening Quebecers’ attachment to the French language, which includes initiatives related to French-language scientific publications.

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