Several Canadian provinces offer Canadian Permanent Residency nominations for individuals in semi-skilled professions in manufacturing, transportation, food and beverage, and hospitality occupations. These provincial nomination programs (PNPs) are designed to support economic growth by attracting work-ready immigrants to the provinces. In general, the goal of any PNP is to simplify and speed-up the process of bringing newcomers to Canada.
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