November has been a happening month for Canadian provinces. The Provincial Nominee Program or PNP allows provinces to choose the best candidates to fulfill the labor deficiencies of their regional market.
Below we summarize the main events that you need to be informed about.
- 205 candidates invited to apply to the MPNP on Nov 5
- 196 candidates invited to apply to the MPNP on Nov 19
- 726 Express Entry candidates received invitations through two streams on Nov 4
- Intake quota of Ontario Regional Immigration Pilot reached on Nov 5
- 443 candidates received notifications of interest under Express Entry on Nov 12
- Intake quota for the Employer Job Offer: In-Demand fulfilled on Nov 16
- Employer Job Offer: International Student stream opened on Nov 26 but was shut down
- Tech Pilot draw on Nov 3 invited 76 applicants to apply for a BC nomination
- 358 candidates invited to apply for a provincial nomination on Nov 10
- 76 candidates invited via four streams in a Tech Pilot draw on Nov 17
- Issued invitations to 360 candidates allowing them to apply for a provincial nomination on Nov 24
- 532 candidates invited via two SINP streams on Nov 3
- 551 candidates received invitations via SINP streams on Nov 19
- Bilingual candidates will receive up to 10 extra points on the SINP ranking system, as announced on Nov 24
Newfoundland and Labrador
- Priority Skills Newfoundland and Labrador, a new PNP streams will be introduced soon
Prince Edward Island
- 221 candidates invited to apply via the Express Entry and Labor streams while 33 candidates were invited through the Business Work Permit Entrepreneur category
It remains to be seen how the provinces end the year.