Immigration in the Gaspé region
Most rural regions in Québec and across Canada are living with the same diagnosis: aging population low birth rates and a tough employment situation for the local with little education. The Gaspé Penninsula and Magdalene Islands region is no exception. But for the first time in its history, it's getting serious about immigration. Most immigrants move to Montreal when they arrive in Quebec. But people in the Gaspé region believe they have what it takes to change the tide. The CBC's Susan Woodfine reports.