Ontario has invited candidates eligible under the Employer Job Offer streams, chosen through the Economic Mobility Pathways Project.
PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAMS
Amidst a critical shortage of employees in Nova Scotia long-term care homes, some employers look to immigration programs to fill these gaps.
The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) has invited 148 Express Entry candidates to apply for nomination in their most recent draw.
In the first draw of the month, British Columbia has issued 374 invitations under their Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP).
Manitoba has held another draw just two days after inviting a record-breaking number of Skilled Worker Overseas candidates.
This July, provinces continue to issue a high volume of invitations in nominee program draws as Canada works toward meeting increased immigration targets.
Once again, Manitoba has held a record-breaking draw, issuing 1140 invitations to foreign workers with scores as low as 557.
Ontario has lowered the targeted CRS range and added additional occupations in their largest Priority Occupations draw of the year.
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program has invited 280 skilled workers to apply for nomination in a recent Expression of Interest draw.