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New Immigration Program in New Brunswick

The New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot is a new immigration path that the provincial and federal governments have unveiled today in an effort to draw qualified workers to positions that are hard to fill.



By enabling participating employers to offer skills and language training, as well as direction and assistance, to the newcomers they bring into the province, the new stream offers more flexibility.

Cooke Aquaculture, Groupe Savoie Inc., Groupe Westco, Imperial Manufacturing, J.D. Irving Ltd., and McCain Foods are the six companies who have been chosen to take part in the pilot. These businesses have established newcomer settlement programs and have maintained good standing with the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program. They are also willing to offer on-the-job training and language assistance.


Participating employers are required to fulfil several requirements. They must:


✅️have robust settlement plans for housing and transportation to best support the successful establishment of candidates into their new jobs and communities, with strong commitments to long-term retention;


✅️ have comprehensive human resources planning in place for recruiting and hiring skilled international talent, and for on-the-job skills enhancement;


✅️provide up to 200 hours of language training, as required, to recruited candidates; and


✅️offer guidance and support to candidates who may wish to pursue their Canadian secondary education equivalency.


Dust off your resume and explore job opportunities with those companies.


While we do not assist with recruitment, we can assist with your immigration applications on you secure the job offer.


Do not hesitate to contact us and we wish you all the best. Make the most of this opportunity.


For all your Cansdian Immigration, needs do not hesitisted to contact us at ask@infoplacecanada.ca .


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