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Provincial nominees are invited by British Columbia and Manitoba.

British Columbia and Manitoba recently issued invitations to provincial nominees through their Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs). Over 400 candidates were invited from streams targeting in-demand and skilled workers. These streams prioritize in-demand workers and international graduates in their respective provinces.

British Columbia's Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP) issued 88 invitations for permanent residence through its Skilled Worker, International Graduate stream. These invitations targeted international graduates with job offers in B.C., prioritizing professionals in childcare, construction, healthcare, technology, and veterinary care. The program includes an Express Entry option, enhancing the nomination stream's alignment with the Express Entry system.

Meanwhile, Manitoba's Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) issued over 350 invitations. Within the Skilled Worker in Manitoba stream, 276 invitations were extended to individuals working in high-demand occupations, including nurse aides, retail and wholesale trade managers, and general construction trades workers.

In addition to the invitations mentioned earlier, Manitoba's Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) also invited 87 candidates through the Skilled Worker Overseas stream. These candidates needed a minimum score of 691 and had to indicate they were invited under a Strategic Recruitment Initiative by the MPNP.

Out of the total 363 invitations issued through both programs, 81 were extended to candidates who declared a valid Express Entry profile. This indicates that both streams are enhanced, aligning with the Express Entry system.

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