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Saskatchewan Welcomes Skilled Workers: 120 Invitations Issued in Latest SINP Draw

Mayett Muyco

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Saskatchewan Welcomes Skilled Workers: 120 Invitations Issued in Latest SINP Draw

Saskatchewan continues to attract global talent as it seeks to address labor shortages and fuel economic growth. On June 13, 2024, the province held its latest invitation rounds under the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP), extending invitations to 120 skilled candidates across two key categories.

The draw saw 88 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) issued in the Express Entry category, tapping into the federal pool of skilled workers ready to contribute to Saskatchewan’s economy. Simultaneously, 32 invitations were granted to candidates in the Occupations In-Demand category, addressing specific labor market needs within the province.

All selected candidates achieved a minimum score of 88 points, demonstrating their potential to integrate successfully into Saskatchewan’s workforce. Importantly, these individuals possess Educational Credential Assessments, ensuring their qualifications align with Canadian standards.

The SINP’s strategic approach is evident in its targeting of 59 National Occupational Classification (NOC) occupation codes. This tailored selection process, guided by the Expression of Interest (EOI) system, allows Saskatchewan to pinpoint the skills and expertise most needed in its evolving economy.

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“By carefully selecting candidates across a diverse range of occupations, we’re ensuring that our workforce remains dynamic and responsive to market demands,” said Saskatchewan’s Minister of Immigration and Career Training. “These newcomers will play a crucial role in driving innovation and economic growth across our province.”

The latest draw contributes to Saskatchewan’s impressive immigration tally for 2024, with the province having welcomed 183 skilled immigrants and entrepreneurs through its invitation processes so far this year. This influx of talent is set to bolster various sectors of the economy, from healthcare and technology to agriculture and manufacturing.

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As Saskatchewan continues to position itself as an attractive destination for skilled workers and entrepreneurs, the SINP plays a pivotal role in facilitating the smooth integration of newcomers into the province’s communities and workforce.

The success of the SINP in attracting global talent underscores Saskatchewan’s commitment to building a diverse, skilled workforce capable of meeting the challenges of a rapidly evolving global economy. As the province looks to the future, these newcomers will undoubtedly contribute to Saskatchewan’s growth, innovation, and prosperity.

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