Provincial Nominee Programs
Canadian provinces and territories have their own immigration programs, which often have lower requirements than the federal ones.
Each Canadian province and two territories have their own unique Provincial Nominee Programs. These programs allow provinces and territories to invite candidates who want to immigrate to Canada and are interested in settlement in a particular region.
The following provincial immigration programs exist:
The Canadian territory of Nunavut does not have an immigration program.
The Atlantic provinces of Canada (New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island) also have a common program called Atlantic Immigration Program. It has relatively low requirements and is for candidates who want to live and work in one of the Atlantic regions.
Each provincial program is tailored to the specific needs of the province/territory to invite candidates who can live and work in the region.
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