British Columbia Holds New Draws Under the BC PNP on June 25, 2024

Author: John Black | | Categories: British Columbia

New Draws

On June 25, 2024, the Government of British Columbia conducted new draws under the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP), targeting skilled candidates across various sectors. This latest draw continues to highlight the province’s commitment to attracting and retaining top talent through its PNP initiatives.

General Draw Results

In the general draw, British Columbia extended invitations to 35 candidates. These candidates met a minimum score requirement of 110 points, showcasing their competitive edge in the selection process. The general draw aims to bring in skilled professionals who can contribute to the province’s growing economy.

Targeted Draws: Healthcare, Childcare, Construction, and Veterinary Care

British Columbia also conducted targeted draws for candidates with experience in specific sectors critical to the province’s development. Here are the details:

Childcare: The province issued 6 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) to early childhood educators (NOC 42202) under the childcare-targeted draw. These candidates play a vital role in supporting the needs of families and fostering early childhood development.

Healthcare: A total of 11 candidates with healthcare experience received invitations, with a minimum score requirement of 106 points. This targeted draw reflects the province’s ongoing efforts to address healthcare staffing needs and improve healthcare services.

Construction: Another 11 invitations were extended to candidates working in the construction sector. This sector is crucial for the province’s infrastructure and development projects.

Veterinary Care: Up to five invitations were issued to candidates in veterinary care occupations. These professionals are essential for maintaining animal health and supporting the agricultural sector.

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Total Invitations Issued

In total, British Columbia issued up to 68 ITAs in this draw. This concerted effort to attract skilled professionals across diverse sectors underscores the province’s strategy to bolster its workforce and drive economic growth.

So far in 2024, British Columbia has invited up to 3,534 candidates through the BC PNP. This impressive number reflects the province’s proactive approach to selecting skilled immigrants who can contribute to the local economy and address labor market needs.

The June 25, 2024, draws under the BC PNP highlight British Columbia’s dedication to attracting skilled professionals across various essential sectors. By issuing invitations to candidates in healthcare, childcare, construction, and veterinary care, the province aims to meet its labor market demands and support its economic growth. With a total of up to 3,534 invitations issued this year, British Columbia continues to be a top destination for skilled immigrants.

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