Saskatchewan Immigration Updates In-Demand Occupations List

Saskatchewan Immigration Updates In-Demand Occupations List

The list of In-Demand Occupations for the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program  has been updated. The May 1 update saw one occupation removed from the list: Conference and event planners (NOC 1226). Conference and event planners was one of the occupations included in the latest Saskatchewan Expression of Interest draw. The draw, conducted on May 1,…

New Saskatchewan Expression of Interest Draw Sees 858 Invitations Issued

Saskatchewan Updates List Of In-Demand Occupations With 12 New Positions

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program list of In-Demand Occupations has been updated to include 12 new positions. Jobs ranging from computer programmers and interactive media developers (NOC 2174) all the way to tailors, dressmakers, furriers and milliners (NOC 6342) have been added to the list. Other occupations to be added include accounting technicians (NOC 1311)…

Processing Delays For Labour Market Impact Assessments, Canada Warns

A further notice warning of processing delays for Labour Market Impact Assessments (LMIAs) has been issued by Canada’s federal government. Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC), which handles Canada work permit and LMIA requests, has published average processing times by each Temporary Foreign Worker Program category. The times range from 10 business days for the…

4 Jobs Removed From Saskatchewan In-Demand Occupations List

Saskatchewan immigration has removed four occupations from its In-Demand Occupations List as of April 17, 2019. The occupations to be removed are land surveyors (NOC 2154), technical occupations in geomatics and meteorology (NOC 2255), tailors, dressmakers, furriers and milliners (NOC 6342), and appliance servicers and repairers (NOC 7332). The move comes after Saskatchewan conducted an…

Employers Fill 300 Vacancies On Quebec’s Morocco Recruitment Drive

Quebec employers filled 300 vacancies with temporary foreign workers on a recent recruitment drive in the Moroccan city of Casablanca. Positions in welding, health, hospitality, information technology and catering were all filled on the provincial government-organized recruitment mission. It was the first Quebec recruitment drive to be held outside Europe. The 22 Quebec employers represented…