Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program


The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) invited 170 immigration candidates to apply for provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence in the latest Expression of Interest draw held on May 9.

Out of the total 170 invitations, 15 invitations sent to Manitoba immigration candidates with a valid federal Express Entry profile and job seeker validation code.

Besides, a total 101 invitations went to candidates under Skilled Worker in Manitoba Stream. The lowest-ranked candidate invited under this stream had a score of 569 under Manitoba’s unique point’s grid.

While another 52 invitations were issued to Skilled Workers Overseas candidates and 17 International Education Stream candidates. The lowest-ranked candidates selected under Skilled Workers Overseas stream had a score of 616.

All Skilled Workers Overseas candidates were invited directly by the MPNP through the Strategic Recruitment Initiative where the MPNP works with employers in Manitoba to fill available positions in the province.

How to apply

To immigrate to Manitoba under the MPNP, applicants need to first submit an EOI to the program. To submit an EOI, candidates respond to a number of questions about their education, work experience, language skills and connections to the Manitoba, among others.

The MPNP assigns candidate’s EOI profiles a score based on the information provided and ranks eligible candidates against one another. The highest-scoring candidates are then invited to submit a complete application for a provincial nomination through regular draws.


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