Provincial Nominee (PNP)

Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP) - “See details listed by province below”
Persons who immigrate to Canada under the Provincial Nominee Program have the skills, education and work experience needed to make an immediate economic contribution to the province or territory that nominates them. They are ready to establish themselves successfully as permanent residents in Canada.
To apply under the Provincial Nominee Program, applicants must be nominated by a Canadian province or territory.
Consult this section to find all the information and required forms to apply as a provincial nominee. Because the criteria for provincial nomination are determined by the individual provinces and territories, they can change without notice. For this reason, consult this site and the corresponding provincial site regularly before submitting your application.
Alberta PNP Jobs
About Alberta – Alberta is located in Western Canada between Saskatchewan and British Columbia. The Canadian Rocky Mountains run along Alberta’s western border and can be seen in the distance from the city of Calgary which is one of its major centers with a fast growing population of 1,169,492 inhabitants. Alberta’s capital city is Edmonton (metro population 1,081,300) which is a two hour drive north of Calgary. Alberta is a major oil producing area and is considered one of Canada’s most prosperous provinces. Most Canadian Oil Exploration is based in Edmonton while Calgary has head offices for many National and Multi-National corporations. Alberta PNP information


BC Nominee Program Program PNP
About British Columbia – Located on Canada’s west coast with its Pacific shoreline, many islands and mountainous terrain British Columbia is considered by many to be Canada’s most scenic province. British Columbia is known for its milder climate and offers many activities to those who enjoy the outdoors. Greater Vancouver with 21 cities and a combined population of 2.3 million inhabitants forms Canada’s third largest major center. The Capital region of Victoria has approximately 350,000 inhabitants. The city of Kelowna in the Okanagan Valley is fast becoming an important center with approximately 150,000 inhabitants. Traditionally forestry and mining have been considered British Columbia main industry however the forestry sector has weakened recently. Vancouver is home to many of the world’s major mining companies. Other major industries include tourism, film production, high tech, bio tech, transportation. British Columbia PNP information


Manitoba Nominee Program Program PNP
About Manitoba – The most easterly of Western Canada’s prairie provinces, Manitoba has a population of population of 1,213,815 people. Winnipeg is the capital city and the seventh largest Canadian city with a population of 730,000. Agriculture is a major part of Manitoba’s economy. Some of the larger employers in Manitoba are in the aerospace, transportation, finance, printing, garment manufacturing industries as well as government and health care. Manitoba PNP Information


New Brunswick PNP Jobs
About New Brunswick – One of Canada’s maritime provinces on the Atlantic coast, New Brunswick is the only constitutionally bilingual province (French and English) in Canada although most inhabitants claim English as their first language. New Brunswick has a population of 748,319 residents. Main centers are Fredericton and its capital city of Saint John. Higher employment sectors include health care, educational, retail, finance, and insurance sectors and major industries include potato farming, dairy farming,  fisheries, pulp and paper, potash mining, oil and natural gas exploration. The largest employers are the Irving Group, McCain’s, government and multinational forestry companies. New Brunswick PNP information


Newfoundland PNP Jobs
About Newfoundland and Labrador – Canada’s most easterly province Newfoundland and Labrador is located at the Atlantic Ocean and has a population of approximately 508,726. It’s main industries are Mining and oil production, Fishing and aquaculture, Manufacturing, Agriculture, Tourism. Newfoundland PNP information


Nova Scotia Nominee Program Program PNP
About Nova Scotia – One of Canada’s maritime provinces surrounded by Atlantic Ocean and sharing a short boarder with the province of Quebec, Nova Scotia is of Canada’s smallest yet most densely populated provinces with a population of 939,531. Its capital is Halifax. Its traditionally resource-based economy of fishing, pulp and paper and mining increasingly includes off shore oil exploration. It has a growing film industry, busy port and airport as well as several universities. Nova Scotia PNP information


Ontario PNP Jobs
About Ontario – With 12,960,282 inhabitants, Ontario is Canada’s most populist province and home to it’s largest city, Toronto with over 5 million inhabitants in its metro area as well as Ottawa, Canada’s capital city. Much of Ontario’s rocky terrain abounds with beautiful lakes and islands. Ontario is Canada’s largest manufacturing center and Metro Toronto is considered to be Canada’s economic and financial engine said to account for 25% of the Canadian economy. Ontario PNP information


PEI – Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program PNP
About Prince Edward Island (PEI) -  With only 140,402 residents and covering only 5,683.91 km², Prince Edward Island is Canada’s smallest province by both area and population. Main seasonal industries include agriculture, tourism, the fishery and most notably its lobster fishery and potato production lead my McCain’s, the multinational food processor. Recently exploration has uncovered natural gas deposits. Prince Edward Island (PEI) PNP information


Quebec Skilled Worker Immigration Class – PNP, CIC
About Quebec – The province of Quebec’s official language if French and the majority of is 7,782,561 inhabitants speak French and their first language. Located in Eastern Canada, by area it is Canada’s largest province. It’s two main centers Great Montreal (pop. 3,635,571) and its capital Quebec City (regional pop. 1,109,184) both are located along the St. Lawrence Seaway providing their ports with access to the Atlantic Ocean. Quebec’s main industries include agriculture, livestock, pulp and paper, mining, hydroelectricity, fishing, tourism. It’s major centers are knowledge based economies with major employment in the Aerospace, software and government with major employers such as Bombardier, Lockheed Martin, Electronic Arts, Bell Canada, Air Canada, Quebec Hydro. Quebec Skilled Worker Immigration Class (PNP) information


Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program Program (SINP)
About Saskatchewan – The middle of Western Canada’s three prairie provinces, Saskatchewan has a population of 1,023,810. The capital city of Regina has just under 200,000 people while Saskatoon, about 3 hours north, has about 235,000 inhabitants. Agriculture, mining and petroleum make up a major of Saskatchewan’s economy. Other larger employers are involved in finance, insurance, real estate, leasing, education, health and social services. Saskatchewan is a global leader in Potash and Uranium production. Recently, 2007 – 2009 the Saskatchewan economy has been among the strongest in Canada. Saskatchewan PNP information