In the most recent draws, PNP candidates are invited by three provinces.

This week, notices of interest were sent to candidates in the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) by Ontario, British Columbia, and Manitoba. With the exception of Nunavut and Quebec, every province and territory in Canada has its own PNP. These initiatives support the efforts of provincial governments in choosing economic immigrants who will successfully integrate into the community and bolster its economy. Established in 1998, the Permanent Residence Program (PNP) aims to disperse the economic advantages of immigration over the entire country of Canada, rather than just a select few major hubs like Toronto or Vancouver. Discover if You Are Eligible for Canadian Immigration Depending on their eligibility, all PNPs offer a variety of streams to draw in a broad pool of applicants, including individuals with experience in particular fields, international students, and those with job offers in the province. Results of provincial immigration, April 20–26 The Ontario Expressions of Interest (EOIs) in the Employer Job Offer; Foreign Worker Stream were sent to 209 individuals by the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) on April 23. Every contestant received a minimum of 53 points. Candidates in skilled trades occupations were the focus of the draw. Since the province solicited 630 candidates on January 9, this was the first draw of that kind. British Columbia A relatively minor draw was held on April 23 for the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP), which invited little over 86 candidates from the Skilled Worker and International Graduate streams (including BC candidates for Express Entry). Five lotteries were held with the purpose of selecting candidates for particular jobs. 45 applicants with a minimum score of 120 in tech jobs were invited to the largest draw. Additionally, 19 candidates with a minimum score of 95 in healthcare occupations were invited by the province. Eleven applicants were solicited for positions in childcare and construction. Candidates for childcare and construction required to score 95 and 92, respectively. Lastly, less than five applicants with a minimum score of 85 in veterinary jobs were also invited. Manitoba In the most recent draws of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP), 327 candidates were invited on April 24. Three streams of candidates were invited by the government, with 203 individuals from the Skilled Worker in Manitoba stream who had finished their post-secondary education in Manitoba being one of them. To be considered, these individuals needed to receive a minimum score of 811. Additionally, 66 candidates from the International Education stream received invitations. There was no reference to a minimum score. In the end, 58 applicants were invited via the Skilled Worker Overseas stream as a result of a calculated recruitment campaign. To be considered, these contenders had to receive a score of at least 644. Discover if You Are Eligible for Canadian Immigration