Canada's francophone province of Quebec has a new guide out detailing all the procedures prospective permanent residents need to take under each of the immigration programs to make La Belle Province their new home.

Published in French on the website of the province's immigration department, the Ministère de l'Immigration, de la Francisation et de l'Intégration (MIFI), is simply titled the Guide des procédures d'immigration (GPI), the Immigration Procedures Guide.

"The (original) GPI was removed from the MIFI website on Aug. 2, 2018," wrote immigration department spokesperson Arianne Méthot in French in an e-mail.

"That previous GPI referred to the old Regulations for immigration to Quebec (Regulations for the selection of foreign nationals) and not the existing legal framework which has come into effect, that is Quebec Immigration Act and Regulations for Immigration to Quebec."

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