07 May Canada invited 9,032 candidates in April 2019
Canada invited 9,032 candidates in April 2019
In April, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) invited 6,700 candidates under Federal immigration programs served by the Express Entry system. Another 2,332 candidates received an invitation to apply for a permanent residence through the Provincial Nominee Programs. In total, 9,032 people became potential permanent residents of Canada in April. Ontario issued 689 invitations, British Columbia invited 460 candidates, Manitoba issued 702 invitations, Saskatchewan invited 324 candidates, Prince Edward Island invited 130 candidates, and Nova Scotia invited 27 potential immigrants.
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Saskatchewan invited 43 candidates in the Entrepreneur program
On May 2, the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Entrepreneur Program issued invitations to 43 candidates. The highest Expression of Interest (EOI) score for this round was 135 points. The lowest score was 120 points. The average score of the invited candidates in this round was 125 points. It was the third round of invitations for entrepreneurs in 2019. In total, SINP issued invitations to 172 candidates via the Entrepreneur Program in this year. The next invitation round is scheduled for July 4, 2019.
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A new report says immigration is crucial to Canada’s economic growth
According to a new report by the Conference Board of Canada, immigration is the key to Canada’s economic growth. 11.8 million Canadians will finish school and enter the workforce between 2018 and 2040. However, it’s still short of the 13.4 million workers retiring during the period since almost 13.5 million workers will exit the labour force within the same period. According to the report, one out of four Canadians in 2040 will be a senior, aged 65 and above. Canada will need 1.5 million workers to fill the shortage of workforce and the need will be fulfilled through immigration.