On Power and Politics today, journalist Emilie Nicolas of Le Devoir, pointed out that despite vague comments of concern for asylum seekers (mostly Haitian entering Quebec since Trump's election) in long-term care homes in Quebec, who worked in life-threatening, emergency situations in long-term care homes during the COVID-19 pandemic as essential workers, Trudeau has failed to offer them immigrant or even permanent Canadian residency so far even though they have greatly benefited Quebec and Canada. She furthered noted that the Haitian community is hearing that Premier Legault is planning on banning these asylum seekers from getting the training to become permanent long-term care workers in order to block them obtaining permanent residency.
Nicolas's comments on this can be seen starting at 14:26 of this url: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5g_aCmbJrw&list=PLeyJPHbRnGaZ1LGEJXLVGF...
When previously pressed on May 28th, "Legault said Monday he had asked his immigration minister to review the cases "one by one," to see if they qualify as immigrants." (https://montreal.ctvnews.ca/quebec-plan-to-review-status-for-asylum-seek...)
For me this is a betrayal who have put their lives at risk in Canada and closely tied to racial prejudice.