Quebec City Mayoral Candidate Rejects Sanctuary City Foolishness

Good to see there are a few common sense leaders still around.

In February, Montreal became a so-called “sanctuary city.”

That means Montreal no longer enforces Canada’s immigration laws, and allows illegal border crossers to use city services, rather than have them go through the proper immigration process to actually be in Canada legally.

As a result, many of the illegal border crossers who entered Quebec have ended up in Montreal.

That has led to an increasing strain on city services, while Montreal politicians provide more help for those in Canada illegally than they do for Montreal’s own homeless population. Empty schools, Olympic Stadium, and other facilities have been opened up to house illegal crossers – something that was never done for the over 3,000 homeless people in the city.

While Montreal’s “leaders” have taken leave of their senses, a mayoral candidate in Quebec City is campaigning to make sure his city doesn’t follow the same foolish path.

Jean-François Gosselin – leader of Quebec 21 – says Quebec City won’t become a sanctuary city if he wins the next election. He stated, “The crisis that Montreal is currently experiencing cannot be repeated here.”

It’s good to see there are some potential leaders with common sense.

After all, there is an increasingly disturbing pattern of “leaders” who seem to have completely forgotten what the government is supposed to do. Government exists to serve citizens, yet many politicians now take money from citizens through taxes, neglect citizens in need, and then use taxpayer money to help those who have broken Canada’s laws.

That’s not leadership, it’s disloyalty.

Spencer Fernando


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