Day 6

Montreal comedian Eman El-Husseini wrote her own version of the Quebec values test. Can you pass it?

Quebec's controversial values test for would-be immigrants came into effect this week. Comedian Eman El-Husseini penned her own version of the test.

'True or false: Pure Laine is the Canada Goose brand in Quebec,' El-Husseini's test asks

Montreal comedian Eman El-Husseini drafted her own version of the Quebec values test. (Submitted by Eman El-Husseini)

A Montreal comedian has responded to Quebec's controversial new values test for immigrants by creating her own version.

"True or false: Pure Laine is the Canada Goose brand in Quebec," Eman El-Husseini asks in one of her questions.

The test for immigrants who want to live permanently in the province came into effect Jan. 1. 

It examines, among other things, would-be immigrants' beliefs on the equality of men and women. 

The test is a key election promise from Quebec Premier François Legault, who assured voters he would protect the province's cultural identity by reducing the number of new immigrants.

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