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Sudbury Continues Attracting Talent Through Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot




Sudbury Continues Attracting Talent Through Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot

The City of Greater Sudbury continues its efforts to address labor market needs by leveraging the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP). On May 27, 2024, the city held a new round of invitations, considering six candidates through the Limited Stream of the RNIP.

The Limited Stream of the RNIP allows Sudbury to target individuals with specific skills and qualifications to meet local labor demands. In this latest draw, the lowest score required for consideration was 155 points, reflecting the competitive nature of the program.

All applicants considered in this round met the eligibility criteria, possessing one eligible occupation and a job offer with a wage exceeding $20 per hour. This emphasis on matching skilled workers with local employment opportunities underscores Sudbury’s commitment to attracting and retaining talent to drive economic growth.

Since the beginning of 2024, the City of Greater Sudbury has issued a total of 456 invitations through the RNIP, showcasing its proactive approach to addressing labor shortages across various sectors. To date, the city has recommended around 846 individuals for permanent residence through the pilot program since its inception.

The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot, launched by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), aims to attract and retain skilled immigrants to smaller communities across the country. By participating in the pilot, Sudbury has been actively promoting economic development and addressing specific labor market needs within the region.

As the competition for skilled workers intensifies globally, the RNIP provides Sudbury with a valuable tool to attract and retain talented individuals from around the world. By leveraging the Limited Stream, the city can target candidates with the specific skills and qualifications required to support local businesses and industries.

Sudbury‘s participation in the RNIP underscores the city’s recognition of the significant contributions that skilled immigrants can make to the local economy and community. By fostering a welcoming environment and providing employment opportunities, Sudbury is positioning itself as an attractive destination for skilled workers seeking new opportunities and a high quality of life in a vibrant northern Ontario community.

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