Which are the top Canadian provinces for an immigrant?
Canada is world's second-largest nation with beautiful surroundings and welcoming people. It is counted among top immigration destinations across the globe for its better career prospects, high living standards, affordable cost of living and immigrant-friendly policies.
A person who wants to immigrate to Canada starts with deciding where in Canada he/she should move, which is an ideal immigration program to choose and so on.
Since there are total ten Canadian provinces and three territories, this decision is a bit difficult to take for a person who never visited any. Therefore, we are here to help you find out the most suitable province where you can live and work with your family.
Ontario- It’s a home to big Canadian city like Toronto and Ottawa, where you find huge immigrant communities. Also, it's a lovable destination by internationals students, as a few best North American Universities are located in Ontario, like the University of Toronto, McGill University and University of Waterloo.
To move to Ontario, you may apply under Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program via top OINP streams, including:
- Human Capital Priorities stream
- French-Speaking Skilled Worker stream
- Skilled Trades stream
- Entrepreneur stream
- Employer Job Offer: Foreign Worker stream
- Employer Job Offer: International Student stream
- Employer Job Offer: In-Demand Skills stream
British Columbia- Famous for scenic beauty, B.C. is a home to one of the most lively cities to live in, i.e. Vancouver. With serene provincial and national parks, you can experience the nature at its best in British Columbia. Also, you can channelize your sports enthusiast as well by experiencing mountain climbing, kayaking, biking, skiing and more.
To move to B.C., you may apply under British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program for Provincial Nomination via top BCPNP streams, including:
- SI - Skilled Worker
- SI - International Graduate
- SI - Entry Level and Semi-Skilled
- EEBC - Skilled Worker
- EEBC - International Graduate
- EEBC- Entry Level and Semi-Skilled
Alberta- Alberta is another popular destination among immigrants who are looking for affordable cost of living and added safety for themselves and their family. Also, Alberta's minimum wage is approximately $3, employment rate is quite high and there is consistent job creation in top sectors, including retail, tourism, automotive service, health workers and contractors.
Furthermore, there is no provincial sales tax applicable in Alberta and the goods tax is approximately 5%.
To apply for provincial nomination with Alberta for Canada PR, you may choose top AINP streams, including:
- Alberta Opportunity Stream
- Alberta Express Entry Stream
- International Graduate Entrepreneur Immigration Stream
- Foreign Graduate Start-Up Visa Stream
- Self-Employed Farmer Stream
Saskatchewan- Located between Manitoba and Alberta, Saskatchewan offers everyone a comfortable life, owing to the lowest cost of living in Canada. The overall housing, schooling and healthcare cost is quite affordable to help you easily manage your daily expenses.
To move to Saskatchewan, you may apply under Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program for Provincial Nomination via top SINP streams, including:
- International Skilled Worker
- Saskatchewan Experience
- Entrepreneur and Farm
Manitoba- In Manitoba also you get live and work without overburdening your pockets. It is a part of three Prairie Provinces and is a home of serene lakes, glaring mountain ranges and green belts. Also, you get home, insurance, healthcare and education facilities at lowest costs in Manitoba.
To apply for provincial nomination with Manitoba for Canada PR, you may choose among top MINP streams, including:
- Skilled Worker Stream:
- Skilled Workers in Manitoba
- Skilled Workers Overseas
- International Education Stream:
- Career Employment Pathway
- Graduate Internship Pathway
- International Student Entrepreneur Pilot
- Business Investor Stream:
- Entrepreneur Pathway
- Farm Investor Pathway
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