Latest PNP draw results of November : six provinces of Canada, including Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec, Alberta, Manitoba, and PEI, invited candidates

Latest PNP draw results of November

In the latest PNP draw results of November, six provinces of Canada, including Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec, Alberta, Manitoba, and PEI, invited candidates. More than 3,000 candidates were invited through various streams.

Latest PNP draw results of November

October 24 – November 3


On October 30, Ontario released invitations to apply for candidates in the Master’s Graduate and PhD Graduate streams of the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP). These draws were general, with no specific occupation requirements.

In the Master’s Graduate stream, 1051 candidates with a minimum score of 43 and above were invited to apply. Additionally, 66 candidates in the Ph.D. Graduate stream with a minimum score of 42 and above received invitations.

British Columbia

On October 31, British Columbia extended invitations to over 203 Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) candidates through four distinct draws. The largest draw included Skilled Workers with a minimum score of 111, International Graduates with a score of 113, and Entry-Level and Semi-Skilled candidates who scored at least 91 points.

The other three draws were specific to occupations and focused on Skilled Workers and International Graduates. In these draws, all candidates were required to have a minimum score of 60 points.

Another 48 invitations were issued to early childhood educators and assistants, 22 to healthcare professionals, and fewer than five invitations were extended to candidates in other priority occupations.


On November 1st, Quebec unveiled its Immigration Levels Plan, outlining its targets for inviting economic immigrants to apply for permanent selection. Similar to the federal Immigration Levels Plan, Quebec’s plan specifies targets for 2024 and 2025, deviating from previous years when they outlined goals for multiple years in advance.

Quebec’s latest Immigration Levels Plan, announced on November 1st, departs from its usual practice of setting targets up to four years in advance. Instead, the plan focuses on 2024 and 2025, a shift made to assess the impact of a new requirement: all candidates must possess French language proficiency to be eligible for permanent selection.

For the years 2024 and 2025, Quebec aims to invite 30,650 skilled workers in 2024 and 31,500 in 2025.

In the most recent provincial immigration draws held on October 26, a total of 1220 candidates were invited. The first draw targeted various trades occupations, requiring a score above 465 points, while the second draw focused on candidates in technology, healthcare, and other priority occupations with scores exceeding 608 points.

In both draws, candidates were also mandated to demonstrate a level 7 oral proficiency or higher in French, based on the Échelle québécoise des niveaux de compétence en français des personnes immigrantes adultes or its equivalent.


In the recent draw results published by Alberta on October 24 and October 26, the province issued invitations to candidates.

On October 24, 22 candidates were invited through the Dedicated Healthcare Pathway with Alberta job offer stream. The lowest-ranked candidates had a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 326.

In the October 26 draw, 100 candidates eligible under the Family Connection and Primary Occupation in Demand stream were invited. These candidates were required to have a minimum CRS score of 369.

In both draws, candidates were also in the Express Entry pool of applications.


In the latest PNP draw results of November, Manitoba extended invitations to 400 candidates to apply for nomination through the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (PNP).

The province conducted three distinct draws. The initial draw targeted 204 Skilled Workers in Manitoba with a minimum score of 768, making it a general draw.

The second draw focused on Skilled Workers Overseas, with the province inviting 65 candidates scoring 708 as part of a strategic recruitment initiative.

In the final draw, 131 candidates from the International Education Stream were invited, and no specific minimum score was specified.

Prince Edward Island

On November 2, PEI extended invitations to 41 candidates under the Labour and Express Entry categories.

Candidates were eligible if they were employed in healthcare, manufacturing, food processing, or agriculture sectors.

Over the past year, PEI has invited a total of 2,385 candidates to apply through the PEI Provincial Nominee Program (PNP).

Provincial Nominee Program

The Provincial Nominee Program or PNP is a great way to receive a Canadian permanent residency. Each PNP has one stream that is aligned with the Express Entry System, known as ‘Enhanced Nominations’. The advantage of enhanced PNP is that they award an extra CRS score of 600 points, which will guarantee PR to the applicant through express entry. Also, there is another stream under the PNP, known as ‘the base stream’. Here, you can apply to a PNP stream directly and once you obtain a provincial nomination, the federal government will process your permanent residence application.

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