PNP rounds of invitations

New rounds of invitations: Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Quebec, and more

We visited some PNP websites to explore which provinces have been active in inviting immigrants, in the month of September. Of course, some provinces lag in reporting online. Therefore, this report is as accurate as their websites.


On September 8, Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) invited 528 immigration candidates to apply for a provincial nomination. In addition, this draw targeted Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand candidates with skills and experience in eligible occupations. This time, there were similar eligible occupations for each category.

Date of
to Apply
Category Score of
to Apply
Invited to
September 8,
66 212 The chosen
occupations are:
0911, 0821, 3211, 3234, 9232, 4151,
9212, 3216, 3215, 3143, 8255, 2225,
9226, 0822, 3122, 9231
September 8,
66 316 The chosen
occupations are:
0911, 0821, 3211, 3234, 9232, 4151,
9212, 3216, 3215, 3143, 8255, 2225,
9226, 0822, 3122, 9231

British Columbia

Also, On September 7, British Columbia invited 34 immigration candidates under four categories.

Date  Number of Invitations Category Minimum Score Other
September 7,
34 SI – Skilled Worker

SI – International Graduate

EEBC – Skilled Worker

EEBC – International Graduate

80 Tech draw


Quebec invited 517 immigration candidates to apply for permanent selection on September 2. This is also the fourth round of invitations held over the past four weeks under the Quebec Regular Skilled Worker Program (QSWP).

Date   Number of Invitations Minimum Score Chosen
September 2,
517 499 NOC code: 0213, 2133, 2141, 2147,
2171, 2172, 2173, 2174, 2175, 2241, 2281, 2282, 2283, 5131, 5223, 5241, 6221
This round targeted candidates with a valid job offer outside the Montréal Metropolitan area and who work in occupations that are currently in high demand in Quebec.

Quebec also held three immigration draws in August. The number of invited candidates exceeded 500 on each round, which is significantly more than any of the other draws conducted this year. You can check the rounds here:


Last but not least, Manitoba invited 602 immigration candidates to apply for a provincial nomination, on September 2. Of course, the province issued letters of Advice to Apply as follows:

Date  Skilled Workers In Manitoba International Education Stream Skilled Workers Overseas
September 2, 2021
  • Number of Letters of Advice to Apply: 463
  • Ranking score of lowest-ranked candidate invited: 445
  • Number of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 55
  • Number of Letters of Advice to Apply: 84 who were invited directly by the MPNP under a Strategic Recruitment Initiative
  • Ranking score of lowest-ranked candidate invited:698

It is important to note that of those 602 Letters of Advice to Apply, 101 were issued to candidates who declared a valid Express Entry ID and job seeker validation code.

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