The Ministry of Immigration, Diversity and Inclusion helps people who want to move to a new country, particularly to the province of Quebec in Canada. They help people with different backgrounds and cultures, for example, people who speak different languages or who have different traditions, feel welcome and included in their new community.
Imagine that you are moving to a new school where you don't know anyone. You might feel nervous or scared about fitting in and making friends. The Ministry of Immigration, Diversity and Inclusion wants to make sure that people who move to Quebec feel supported and welcomed in the same way. They want everyone to feel like they belong.
The ministry helps people with things like finding a place to live, learning the new language, finding a job, and understanding the laws and customs of their new country. They also have services for refugees and asylum seekers, who are people who have had to leave their homes for safety reasons.
Overall, the Ministry of Immigration, Diversity and Inclusion helps people from all over the world find a new home in Canada and feel like they are part of their new community.