Friday, February 10, 2012

Provincial Nominee Program Evaluation Result



Is Provincial Nominee Program really effective in attracting immigrants and solving Canada's labor shortage problem? According to the the results of the Provincial Nominee Program evaluation, it is.

Here's an excerpt from the speach deliveres by The Honourable Jason Kenney, Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism ay a news conference to announce the results of the Provincial Nominee Program evaluation:
So today, I am pleased to announce that the results of the evaluation confirm the continuing need for the Provincial Nominee Program. Overall, it’s working well and is addressing local and regional labour market needs in the provinces and territories, attracting investment and contributing to population growth. The evaluation found that the majority of immigrants nominated by provinces and territories are establishing well economically, particularly those with knowledge of an official language, although there were differences in outcomes by province and territory and by stream within the PNP. [Source]

More iformation about the program - Provincial Nominee Program