10 Jun Manitoba invited 209 candidates in the new round
Manitoba invited 209 candidates in the new round
On June 7, 2019, Manitoba held a new invitation round in the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP). In draw #67, in the Skilled Workers in Manitoba stream, the MPNP invited 121 candidates. The lowest ranking score of those who received Letters of Advice to Apply (LAA) was 542. In the Skilled Workers Overseas stream, MPNP issued 60 LAAs under a Strategic Recruitment Initiative. The lowest score of those candidates was 701. In addition, MPNP invited 28 candidates in the International Education Category. In total, Manitoba issued 209 LAAs in this round. 18 of them were issued to candidates who have a valid Express Entry ID and job seeker validation code. Since the beginning of 2019, Manitoba has already invited 4,476 candidates via MPNP.
#Manitoba, #MPNP, #International_students
3,809 invitation issued in the International Experience Canada in the first week of June
During June 3-7, 2019, Canada invited 3,809 candidates in the streams of International Experience Canada (IEC) program. In the first week of June Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) invited a new batch of ‘Working Holiday’ candidates from France, issuing them 2,274 invitations to Apply (ITA). This was the third week in a row for many ITAs issued to the French candidates. The quota for this country has been seriously increased by 7,500 spots in the middle of May. Now IRCC announced the increase of spots numbers for the candidates from the United Kingdom, providing them with 5,000 extra spots. IRCC also issued ITAs to the candidates from such countries as Australia, Belgium, Ireland, and Japan. Candidates from each of those countries got at least 100 ITAs. As of June 7, 2019, Canada issued 103,372 ITAs in IEC since January 1.
#IEC, #Working_holiday, #ITA, #IRCC
New Brunswick will hold a job fair in Seoul
The province of New Brunswick will hold a job fair in Seoul, South Korea, which will be attended by employers from the province. This is a great opportunity to talk with Canadian employers who are looking for specialists and are ready to offer them jobs in the province. Thanks to a job offer, one can immigrate to Canada through the Atlantic Immigration Pilot or the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program. The job fair will happen on July 21 and 22, 2019. In this session, New Brunswick will recruit specialists in the following NOCs:
NOC 0631 – Food Service Manager
NOC 6311 – Food Service Supervisor
NOC 4412 – Home/Personal Support Worker
NOC 3012 – Registered Nurse
NOC 3233 – Licensed Practical Nurse
NOC 3413 – Nurse Aides/Resident Attendants
NOC 6552 – Customer Service Representative
The registration for a job fair is available on the website of the province of New Brunswick.
Yellowknife selected as a Welcoming Francophone Community
On June 7, 2019, IRCC released a press release, stating Yellowknife, NWT has been selected as the fourteenth and final Welcoming Francophone Community as part of the Government of Canada’s Action Plan for Official Languages. Under the Welcoming Francophone Communities initiative, a total of 14 communities across Canada will receive funding so they can create programs and activities to help French-speaking newcomers feel welcomed and integrated into Francophone minority communities. This initiative of $12.6 million over 3 years was announced in Budget 2018 to support the integration and retention of French-speaking newcomers in Canada. The 14 Welcoming Francophone Communities are: Prince George (BC), Calgary (AB), Moose Jaw and Gravelbourg (SK), Seine River Region (MB), Hamilton (ON), Hawkesbury (ON), Sudbury (ON), Labrador City–Wabush (NL), Haut-Saint-Jean (NB), Municipality of Clare (NS), Évangeline Region (PEI), Whitehorse (YK), Yellowknife (NWT) and Iqaluit (NU).