Hundreds of refugee sponsorship applications could be rejected by Quebec's Ministère de l'Immigration, de la Francisation et de l'Intégration. The Quebec government has decided to tighten its regulations and no longer require security deposits from future sponsors to prevent fraud. Many of the organizations involved, however, have denounced the decision, arguing that they have always handled such cases in this way, as Radio-Canada reported earlier this week. Catherine Lafrance discusses the possible consequences of this initiative with Alessandra Santopadre, who runs the sponsorship program for the Archdiocese of Montreal.