Quebec says Ottawa owes it $300 million for costs related to refugee influx

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MONTREAL — Quebec Premier Francois Legault plans to press Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at Friday’s first ministers’ meeting for $300 million in federal compensation to covers the cost of refugees arriving in the province. Legault said Ottawa is so far only offering half of what Quebec is seeking, but “there is an opening” from Trudeau […]

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