Four Canadian provinces issued ITAs for PNP and Express Entry this week

The four Canadian province of British Columbia, Ontario, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan have recently given out (ITAs) invitations to apply to eligible candidates using both their (PNPs) Provincial Nomination Programs and Express Entry programs thus giving them a pathway and allowing them to take the first step towards gaining permanent residency from the (IRCC) Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada if they wish to so.

Results of Provincial immigration draws held between December 9-December 16


The Province of Ontario issued 160 invitations to candidates from (OINP) Ontario Immigrant Nominee Programs on December 13 from the Express Entry French-Speaking Skilled Worker stream. The candidates were also part of targeted draws with work experience in specific National Occupational Classification codes and a minimum (CRS) Comprehensive Ranking System score of between 341-490.

The eligibility criteria for this stream require candidates to be in the pool for the (FSWP) Federal Skilled Worker Program or (CEC) Canadian Experience Class and at the same time they must be able to understand, read, write, and speak French at a level 7 or higher (CLB) Canadian Language Benchmark. they should also be able to understand, read, write, and speak English at CLB level 6 or higher.

British Columbia

On December 13, The province of British Columbia invited over 212 candidates to apply for provincial nomination draws in British Columbia. Out of the total number of Candidates, 180 were from general draws which included the occupation of tech. The categories from which these candidates were chosen were Skilled Workers and International Graduates along with Express Entry candidates. The province also issued invitations to candidates from Entry Level and Semi-Skilled with a SIRS score that ranged from 80-104 points.

Additionally, there were more invitations given out to candidates under the following occupations.

  • 19 early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 4214) with scores of at least 60 points;

  • 13 healthcare workers from the Skilled Worker, International Graduate, including Express Entry category, with scores of at least 60 points and;

  • Other priority occupations with minimum scores of 60.


After over a month-long period, the province of Saskatchewan finally hosted more draws on December 15 in which it invited 348 candidates under the Express Entry stream, and 285 under the Occupations-In-Demand stream of the (SINP)  Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program.  This makes the total number of candidates that were invited 633 from both categories with a minimum score of 82.

Additionally, there were also two more invitations given to candidates with a score of 62, whose country of residence is Ukraine.


The Province of Manitoba invited a total of 1,030 candidates to participate in draws under the Skilled Workers Overseas stream of the Manitoba Provincial Nomination Program. In order to be eligible to receive an invitation for these draws the candidates had to fulfill a baseline of criteria specific to their program. Moreover out of the total number of candidates who received an invitation to apply, 656 had profiles in the Express Entry system.

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