Newfoundland & Labrador PNP

Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador are the easternmost province of Canada. It comprises of Newfound land and a large part of mainland sector Labrador in the northwest. The province is in the Atlantic region and spreads across an area of 405,212 square km with a population of 525,073 (2019 Est). The Strait of Belle Isle divides the province into 2 parts, one is Labrador which is a part of mainland Canada and another part is Newfoundland which is an island. Besides, the province also includes 7000 islands. Such beauty and expanse of land are what attracts foreign immigrants to this province. Besides, as a Canadian province, it offers multiple benefits to its residents and citizens.

The capital of the province is St. John which is on Newfoundland. Also, the province has 9 regions, seven on Newfoundland and 2 on Labrador.

Not only this, the province has a flourishing economy with mining being the main driving factor. Whereas western Labrador has huge reserves of iron ore, with gold, nickel, gypsum, dimension stone, dolomite, silica, barite etc amongst others. Also, forestry adds its significant share to the growth of the economy by supporting the paper mills and sawmilling industry.

All in all, Newfoundland and Labrador is an ideal place to live, study, work and settle.

Newfoundland and Labrador PNP (NL PNP)

NLPNP is an economic immigration program that helps the province in getting skilled workers to meet its labour market and economic needs.

The Newfoundland government under an agreement with IRCC nominates potential skilled workers to apply for permanent residence in Canada.

Under Newfoundland and Labrador PNP (NL PNP) applicants can apply through the following streams:

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