Quebec could admit up to 42,000 new permanent residents and issue as many as 24,800 selection certificates in the new year, the province says in its new immigration plan for 2019. The majority of new admissions to Quebec in 2019 — 59 per cent — will come through the province’s economic immigration programs, including the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP).
The province has introduced two new pathways for international students under the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP), Education and Training Minister Kelvin Gerritsen announced today. The International Student Entrepreneur Pathway and Graduate Internship Pathway are now open to international student graduates in Manitoba.
February 27 draw through Saskatchewan’s Express Entry immigration sub-category issued 83 invitations to apply for a provincial nomination Saskatchewan has invited 83 Express Entry candidates to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence in a draw held February 27. Those invited had an Expression of Interest, or EOI, registered under Saskatchewan’s International Skilled Worker Express Entry sub-category, which allows the province to nominate candidates in the federal Express Entry system for Canadian permanent residence.