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Québec Immigration Minister Kathleen Weil: profile of her career and important decisions
By Stephen Fogarty May 14, 2016

Recently I had the opportunity of a private discussion with the Québec Minister of Immigration, the Honourable Kathleen Weil, at a luncheon hosted by the Montréal Westward Rotary Club. While I will not disclose any confidential remarks I shared with her, let me state that we are fortunate to have such a dedicated Minister of Immigration for Québec. Minister Weil is a highly intellectual person, having graduated from McGill University in history and political science in 1977, as well as holding degrees from the McGill Law School in civil law and common law in 1982. Since graduation and becoming a member of the Quebec Bar in 1983, she served as a volunteer on several boards related to public health and social affairs, was a director of legal affairs for the lobby group Alliance Quebec, and president and director general of the Foundation of Greater Montreal, from 2000-2008. Read More

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