MPNP nominations reach record high in 2022
Co-chairs Lloyd Axworthy, Canada’s former minister of foreign affairs, and Manitoba Labour Immigration Minister Jon Reyes released the province’s Immigration Advisory Council report with 70 recommendations to boost immigration. With them in photo is Andrew Micklefield, MLA for Rossmere (right).
Results from the 2022 Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) have exceeded expectations in attracting record numbers of skilled immigrants.
Nominations issued by the MPNP reached 6,367 in 2022, the highest number since the program was established in 1998 according to Labour and Immigration Minister Jon Reyes. He noted that more than 184,000 nominees and their families have immigrated to Manitoba from all over the world since the program began.
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