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Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program

Manitoba referred to as The Keystone Province is a landscape of mountains, rivers, prairies and forests. Your careers can have limitless growth here, as is a good place for multiple job openings, do business and more.
The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) invites skilled foreign workers, recent graduates, business persons and their families to apply.

The MPNP for skilled workers selects internationally trained and experienced applicants needed in the local labor market. Associated streams under MPNP skilled worker.

Skilled workers in Manitoba

Here applicants are nominated who show connection in Manitoba through their employment, education, training, and work experience and language skills.

Skilled Workers Overseas

Applicants are nominated based upon an established connection to Manitoba through:

Application Process

Business Investor Stream

Here qualified business investors and entrepreneurs having the intent and ability to start or buy existing businesses in Manitoba are invited. They will be given temporary work permit for a period of first 24 months.

Applicable Streams

Entrepreneur Pathway

Entrepreneur stream calls applicants who want to open a business in Manitoba.

Applicant Requirement

Adaptability points are awarded if

Farm Investor Pathway

Farm investor stream calls applicants who want to establish and operate a farm in Manitoba.

Applicant Requirement

  • Minimum farm business experience of 3 years as farm owner.
  • A farm business plan that suits primary agriculture production and is economically viable.
  • Language proficiency in either of Canada’s two languages.
  • Minimum investment of $300,000.
  • Farm business research visit in Manitoba.
  • Must stay in Manitoba to participate in the management of farm business.
  • Minimum net worth of $500,000.

Ineligible Applicants under MPNP

  • Refugee.
  • Live-in caregivers living in Canada.
  • Temporary foreign workers living/working in a province other than Manitoba.
  • Spouse of Canadian citizens or permanent residents.
  • Applicants earlier refused by the MPNP within the last six months.
  • Applicants who already have submitted an immigration application under other PNPs.