The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) is the way in which the province of Manitoba picks immigrants it wants for permanent resident status. If you are approved as a nominee, Citizenship and Immigration Canada will only perform security and medical checks to confirm your permanent residence.
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To apply, please contact the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program.
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|Population: 1.2 Million
Size: 650,000 km2
Capital City: Winnipeg
Major Cities / Attractions: Winnipeg, Churchill, and Hudson Bay
Industry: Natural Resources, Agriculture, Tourism
GDP per Capita: $38,600
Postal Abbreviation: MB
Time zone: UCT -6
Manitoba is a Canadian prairie province with over 110,000 lakes, and a largely continental climate due to its flat landscape. Agriculture, found especially in the fertile southern and western parts of the province, is vital to the province's economy; other major industries are transportation, manufacturing, mining, forestry, energy, and tourism.
Manitoba's capital and largest city, Winnipeg, is Canada's eighth-largest city, and home to 60 percent of the population of the province.
Manitoba is far from mountain ranges and large bodies of water, and because of the generally flat landscape, it is exposed to cold Arctic high-pressure air masses from the northwest during January and February. Southern Manitoba (including the city of Winnipeg) falls into the humid continental climate zone. This area is cold and windy in the winter and frequently experiences blizzards because of the openness of the landscape. Also the province experiences high humidity in the summer. Winnipeg in the summer has temperatures that vary from 13°C to 26°C and in the winter it averages between -13°C and -26°C.
Manitoba's economy relies heavily on agriculture, tourism, energy, oil, mining, and forestry. Agriculture is the biggest industry and is found mostly in the southern half of the province, although grain farming occurs as far north as The Pas. Around 12 percent of Canadian farmland is in Manitoba. The most common type of farm found in rural areas is cattle farming, followed by assorted grains and oilseed. Manitoba is the nation's largest producer of sunflower seed and dry beans, and one of the leading sources of potatoes.
Manitoba Provincial Nominee Project
The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) is a government immigration program that selects skilled workers who demonstrate they have the potential and the desire to immigrate and settle themselves and their families in this province. Please click on the Manitoba Immigration Provincial Nominee Program that is best for you.
If you are unsure whether you qualify for immigration to Canada under the Provincial Nominee Program, you can book a consultation with one of our qualified immigration consultants.
Here are the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Programs:
This Program is for skilled workers who are currently working and living in Manitoba or who are overseas and want to immigrate to Manitoba.
Prospective applicants must have a permanent, full-time job offer with an employer in the province and hold a temporary post-secondary work permit after finishing a post-secondary education program in the province.
This program is for applicants who wish to immigrate and buy or establish a business in Manitoba.
This program is for employers in Manitoba who cannot find Canadian employees and wish to hire foreign workers.
Manitoba often recruits overseas individuals who's occupation is in high demand in the province. The province is constantly promoting immigration to Manitoba.
This category is for individual who wish to buy or establish a farm in Manitoba.