A second group of Syrian Refugees will arrive on a government plane in Montreal tonight.
Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard is expected to be on hand at Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport to greet the refugees when they arrive.
There are 150 refugees that are slated to touch down on Canadian soil this time around.
The first flight brought in 163 refugees to Toronto late Thursday night and they were welcomed to Canada by Prime Minister Trudeau and Premier Wynne.
So far, there have been at least 400 refugees that have been brought over to our country since the Trudeau government took power.
The aim is to have 10,000 refugees here by the end of the year and 15,000 more by the end of February.
— Canadian Red Cross (@redcrosscanada) December 12, 2015