The government of Nova Scotia has released all the prospective and latest high-demand jobs available in the province that a skilled worker and a semi-skilled worker with relevant work experience, knowledge & age and language proficiency can apply to.
The Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program (SINP) held its recent draw on 27 September, 2021 where it issued invitations to candidates under two categories, namely, Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand.
Canada has issued invitations to 761 candidates under the provincial nomination program of their Express Entry System. The minimum CRS Score requirement for this draw was 742.
Australia plans on opening its borders for international travel starting November, Mr. Morrison announced on Friday. It will start flights from November on the condition that people will be allowed to travel to and from Australia if the state reaches 80% vaccination rates.
The Canadian government lifted the flight ban on Indian nationals commencing from September 27, 2021. The travelers are now allowed to fly directly to Canada provided they abide by the health measures released by Canada.
While many professions saw a huge decline in demand and deficiency of job opportunities in their respective field due to the pandemic, many other job sectors have flourished in PEI during the same time. In a government study of Prince Edward Island, all the available job vacancies are highlighted that an eligible skilled worker can apply to.
On 7th October 2021, the province of Nova Scotia issued invitations to a total of 330 candidates under their Nova Scotia Labor Market Priorities Stream. Two draws were held on the same day in which one draw invited 286 skilled workers and the other draw invited 44 carpenters.
This province of Canada launched their British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program with the aim to attract and hold on to the skilled and semi skilled migrants coming in Canada. It also gives a chance to businessmen and students to have a chance & settle in this province.