With a population of 3,790,000, Alberta is the 4th largest province in Canada and received a badge of a province in the year 1905. Known for its rich culture, the province also has a widespread energy industry.
To enter in Alberta, the candidate must have a profile in the federal Express Entry system and only those, who the province sends a Notification of Interest, will be considered.
British Columbia is the most western province in Canada with Vancouver as its capital. The province is famous for its unpredictable climate changes, Mountain Rivers, evergreen forests, forests and rocks, and what not!
The rising economy of British Columbia calls for skilled workers in high-demand occupations. The Express Entry BC – Skilled Worker category of the BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) is an expedient way to obtain permanent residency in the province.
Manitoba is the province in Canada known for its sunny weather and its consistently stable and strong economy. The largest and the fastest developing city in the province is Brandon. The province offers enormous employment opportunities.
The first nominee program for immigrants was instigated in Manitoba – the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program or MPNP and through this program, Manitoba has already welcomed more than 130, 00 immigrants.
New Brunswick is also known as “The Picture Province” and is renowned for its local eye-soothing local landscapes. With Saint John, Fredericton, and Moncton as the main cities, the province also incorporates rich deposits of minerals, like gold, copper, silver, coal, peat, natural gas, and others.
The New Brunswick PNP helps the qualified candidates to enter the province through New Brunswick Express Entry, New Brunswick Skilled Worker, New Brunswick Entrepreneurial Stream, and New Brunswick Post-Graduate Entrepreneurial Stream.
Newfoundland and Labrador
Newfoundland and Labrador is the most eastern province in Canada. The major occupations in the province are mining, tourism, and aquaculture.
The province nominates about 1,050 applicants annually through the Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program through Skilled Worker, International Graduate, and Express Entry Skilled Worker Category.
With its capital city as Halifax, the Nova Scotia province is known for its fish supplies. Moreover, the province offers marvelous educational facilities to students. Additionally, the tourism industry in the province is also developing at a faster pace.
The Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program allows candidates to enter the province via 8 streams which include Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry, Nova Scotia Experience: Express Entry, Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities: Express Entry, Nova Scotia Labor Market Priorities for Physicians: Express Entry, Skilled Worker, Physician, Occupation in Demand, Entrepreneur and International Graduate Entrepreneur.
Ontario is one of the most civilized and developed provinces of Canada. While having all the modernity in its breeze, the province traces its root to a rich cultural history. Moreover, due to the presence of all sorts of industries, the province is also referred to as the economic center of Canada.
Lately, the province’s Provincial Nominee Program is allowing candidates to obtain Permanent Residency through Employer Job Offer: In-Demand Skills Stream, Ph.D. Graduate Stream, French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream, Human Capital Priorities Stream, Skilled Trades Stream, and Entrepreneur Stream.
Prince Edward Island
Having Charlottetown as its capital city, Prince Edward Island also has an unofficial name “Garden of Gulf”. The various sorts of occupations that are fostered in the province include agriculture, fisheries, and tourism. The province accelerates the Immigration to Canada for applicants to grow its economy, increase the number of skilled workers, and other social and cultural goals.
The Prince Edward Island PNP program helps candidates obtain permanent residency through Federal Skilled Worker: Express Entry, Federal Skilled Trades: Express Entry, Critical Workers, and International Graduates.
House to more than 1.1 million, the Saskatchewan province has Regina and Saskatoon as the main cities. The cities offer cultural events like winter festivals, historical celebrations, and symphony concerts.
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) allows candidates to attain Canadian Permanent Residency through International Skilled Worker Program, Experience Category, Student Stream, Entrepreneur Stream, International Graduate Entrepreneur Stream, and Farm Owners/Operators Stream.
Yukon is a mountainous area and has the lowest unemployment rates. Due to its beautiful landscapes, it is the home to a film industry
The Yukon Provincial Nominee Program covers three categories including the Skilled Worker Program, Critical Impact Program, and Business Nominee Program.