On November 7, the Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP) conducted a new draw through the province’s Express Entry-linked Labor Market Priorities Stream.
The Nova Scotia November 7 draw targeted French-speaking candidates that had a Canadian Level Benchmark (CLB) score of 10 or higher in all language abilities. In all abilities, they also needed a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) score of 7 or above in English.
To be able to apply under the Nova Scotia Labor Market Priorities stream, you must:
If you have received a Letter of Interest, complete the online application form and include all required information and attachments.
Launched back in August 2018, the Labor Market Priorities stream was designed to give Nova Scotia – the flexibility to target certain occupations and candidates through the Nova Scotia Nominee Program.
Recent Nova Scotia draws have been conducted aimed at French speakers, candidates with a job offer, registered nurses or registered psychiatric nurses, advertising, marketing & public relations, carpenters, financial auditors & accountants, early childhood educators & assistants, social & community service workers, motor vehicle body repairers, automotive service technicians, truck & bus mechanics, mechanical repairers, programmers & interactive media developers, and other financial officers.
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