Western Canada

Four Provinces for Growth

Western Canada: Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Victoria, Abbotsford–Mission


  • Manitoba
  • Saskatchewan
  • Alberta
  • British Columbia

Western Canada

Each province has its own immigration criteria and each participating province has its own Immigration quotas to fill.

Skilled workers PNP in Western Canada are available for British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba

Business entrepreneurs PNP in Western Canada are in British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba

With research we can find the most suitable province for your longterm success and intergration.


capital city: Winnipeg
population: 1,208,268 (2011) main sectors: Agri-food, transportation equipment, resource-based industries, chemicals, machinery & equipment, furniture & building products.


Manitoba is growing through immigration. Over the last 10 years, almost 130,000 people from all over the world have made Manitoba, Canada, their home. This thriving province in the centre of Canada is a great place to live and work, with numerous job opportunities, affordable cost of living, good quality of life


Each year, some 15,000 immigrants arrive in Manitoba. The outcomes for internationally experienced workers who immigrate through the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNM) are positive. According to a recent survey, 85 per cent of Manitoba nominees were working three months after arrival, 76 per cent were homeowners within five years and 95 percent of families settled permanently in the community.


capital city: Regina
population: 1,033,381
main sectors: Steel and Manufacturing; Information Technology; Film & Interactive Media; Environment; Finance & Insurance; Energy and Agri-Business, Energy Oil & Gas.


Immigration is now adding approximately 3,500 persons to the provincial population on a net basis compared with less than 1,000 in the late 1990s. The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) allows potential immigrants. Saskatchewan’s population is estimated at 1.016 million as of July 2008 up 1.6% from July 2007. All of the growth from 2002 to 2007 has occurred in the Regina and Saskatoon metropolitan areas. The population forecast in the Saskatchewan Labour Force Supply Report prepared for the Ministry of Advanced Education, Employment, and Labour suggests that the population in the primary labour market age group       (25 to 54 years of age) will continue to grow in the foreseeable future.



capital city: Edmonton
population: 4,145,992 estimated in 2014
Main industry sectors: Oil & Gas, Agriculture


According to Citizenship & Immigration Canada, in 2013, Alberta welcomed 36,366 new permanent residents, accounting for 14.1   per cent of Canada’s total of 258,619. This places Alberta third in the country for immigrants, after Ontario and Québec.                From 2006 to 2013, annual immigration to Alberta steadily increased from 21,000 to over 36,000.


British Columbia
capital city: Victoria
population: 4,400,057
main sectors: Natural Resources (Mining, Gas, Oil, Agriculture, Fisheries, Forestry, Electricity – Energy) Tourism


One-third of workers expected to fill projected Job openings in BC to 2022 are migrants, Migrants refer to those who come from outside of B.C., including those from out of country. The three occupation groups with the most expected job openings are:            Sales and Service Occupations (187,000 openings) Business Finance and Administration Occupations (167,000) Trades Transport and Equipment Operators and Related  Occupations(160,000)


These three occupation groups account for 52 per cent of total projected job openings in B.C. over the ten-year projection period to 2022.  The following chart on BC.s Labour Market Indicators shows occupations of growth and unemployment.