The department invited 400 candidates to apply in category-based selection draw for candidates in agriculture and agri-food occupations.
Candidates needed a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 400 to be eligible for an ITA.
This draw follows three others this week on December 18, 19 and 20. The December 18 draw was all-program and invited 1,325 candidates with a minimum CRS of 542.
On December 19, IRCC invited 1,000 candidates in the second category-based draw for trades occupations this year. Candidates required a minimum CRS score of 425. The first such draw took place on August 3 and invited 1,500 candidates.
Finally, on December 20, IRCC issued invitations to 670 candidates in a category-based selection draw for transport occupations. Candidates needed a CRS score of at least 435.
IRCC also invited candidates in three draws last week. On December 8, 5,900 candidates with a minimum CRS of 481 received invitations in a category-based selection draw for candidates in STEM occupations. December 7th additionally saw a category-based draw for individuals with French language proficiency, inviting 1,000 candidates from the Express Entry pool with a minimum CRS of 470.