Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs)

Canada’s provincial nominee programs (PNPs) offer a pathway to Canadian permanent residence for individuals who are interested in immigrating to a specific Canadian province or territory.

Each Canadian province and territory operates its own PNP designed to meet its specific economic and demographic needs.

Each of Canada’s provinces and territories (except Quebec) operates their own set of immigration programs, called Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs)

All provinces has an specific Express Entry stream that is aligned with federal express entry system. Under this stream, Canadian provinces are allowed to select the candidates from express entry pool and notify them to apply in their Provincial Nominee Program.

Alberta (AAIP)

  • Alberta Opportunity Stream
  • Alberta Express Entry
  • Alberta Self-Employed Farmer
  • International Graduate Entrepreneur
  • Foreign Graduate Start-Up Visa

Saskatchewan (SINP)

  • International Skilled Worker
  • Worker with Saskatchewan Work Experience
  • Entrepreneur
  • Farm Owner and Operator

British Columbia (BCPNP)
Manitoba (MPNP)
New Brunswick (NBPNP)
Newfoundland and Labrador (NLPNP)
Northwest Territories (NTNP)
Nova Scotia (NSPNP)
Ontario (OINP)
Prince Edward Island (PEI PNP)
Saskatchewan (QSWP)
Yukon (YNP)