The formula for successfully attracting immigrants to smaller communities Access to jobs, community, supports and infrastructure are essential to attracting — and retaining — newcomers

Promoting immigration to smaller provinces, cities, and towns across Canada — a process known as “regionalization” — has been the rage since the 1990s.  The most notable tool for promoting regionalization has been the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), which first launched in Manitoba in 1999 and has since been adopted by every province and territory … Continue reading The formula for successfully attracting immigrants to smaller communities Access to jobs, community, supports and infrastructure are essential to attracting — and retaining — newcomers