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British Columbia, Quebec, and Manitoba issue ITAs in the latest provincial immigration results

September 18, 2023BY Rohan Kumar ( 0 ) Comment

British Columbia, Quebec, and Manitoba issue ITAs in the latest provincial immigration results

This week, the results of three Canadian provinces’ provincial immigration draws have been made public.

The majority of provinces and territories, with the exception of Quebec and Nunavut, operate Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) to identify immigrants from the most advantageous economic classes for assimilating into the local economy.

Under their respective PNPs, each province is given a set number of nominees yearly. The total population and the need for a local labor force are two criteria that affect how many allocations a province gets.

Quebec and the federal government have a separate agreement that provides the province with complete discretion over the choice and flow of economic immigrants (skilled employees) into the region. The fact that the federal and provincial governments share responsibility for immigration makes this arrangement possible.

Provincial immigration results from September 9-15


On September 5, Quebec issued a call for applications for 1,433 applicants for permanent selection. To be considered, candidates required a score of at least 586. Quebec uses a methodology modeled by the Comprehensive Ranking System to rank candidates.

The only province in Canada where French is the official language is Quebec. Eligible applicants have to have level 7 oral French proficiency, or above, according to the Échelle québécoise des niveaux de compétence en français des personnes immigrantes adultes, or its equivalent, in order to assist promote and defend French’s standing in Quebec.


On September 7, Manitoba issued 558 invitations to apply for the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP).

There were four drawings that took applicants from three different streams into account.

Two of the drawings were for Manitoban skilled workers. The first was targeted at 230 individuals with vocations that fit into 19 key groupings of the National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2021. Candidates needed a score of at least 595.

General attracted competent professionals in second place. A minimal score of 640 qualified 236 applicants for the province’s invitation. No specific professions or other qualities were sought.

The remaining two draws welcomed 40 Skilled Workers Overseas applicants with a minimum score of 724 and 52 applicants from the International Education stream.

British Columbia

On September 12, British Columbia held its weekly PNP draw.

The province accepted 183 applicants from the Express Entry and Skilled Workers streams, as well as international graduates.

Three lotteries with a focus on particular professions were held to distribute the invites. The biggest welcomed 133 tech-related job hopefuls who had at least an 88.

The last two drawings were for 14 healthcare professionals with a minimum score of 60 and 36 early childhood educators and helpers.

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