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Thunder Bay Opens Applications For Rural And Northern Immigration Pilot

Thunder bay opens applications for Rural And Northern Immigration Pilot. Thunder Bay, Ontario, is nestled at the top of Lake Superior, one of the Great Lakes.

A famous statue is on the city’s outskirts, immortalizing Terry Fox, a Canadian icon who attempted to run across the country raising money for cancer research.

It is the biggest city in northwestern Ontario, with a population of about 107,909. Thunder Bay is home to Lakehead University and Confederation College. The public sector drives the economy as it is the region’s administrative, commercial, and medical center. The biggest private-sector employer is part of the forestry sector.

Born out of the desire to enrich the labor markets outside urban centers, RNIP provides a gateway to Canadian permanent residence for foreigners working in eleven (11) participating communities. As well, each city gets to choose how they manage its program.

Thunder Bay opens applications for Rural Northern Immigration Pilot in early mid-April, but the program has been hiring employers since January.

So far, Thunder Bay has opened applications for and issued two community recommendations for candidates in occupations with a National Occupation Code skill level B. In addition, they are permitted to recommend 100 candidates for Canadian permanent residence for the first year of the pilot program. Thunder Bay has distributed the allocations by skill level.

They will roll out a total of ten (10) skill level A recommendations, forty (40) skill level B, forty (40) skill level C, and ten (10) skill level D.

The pilot’s representative, Emily Lauzon, estimates they have received about eighteen (18) applications for the program and have more than forty (40) employers participating.

“Most of [the employers] wanted to apply for the RNIP so that they could retain an employee,” Lauzon said in a media interview, “They aren’t necessarily looking to fill a vacancy.”

Emily Lauzon said she expected that most employers would be more interested in retaining existing employees in the first year of the three-year program. Coronavirus travel restrictions impact RNIP operations;r the time being, only applicants who are already in Canada may apply.

Presently, the types of job positions available to foreign talents through the Thunder Bay RNIP program include hospital staff, long-term care workers, HVAC specialists, automotive technicians, construction and renovation worker, restaurants, and expert stonemason.

Further details about applying to the Thunder Bay RNIP can be found on their website.

In conclusion, the Thunder Bay Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot is an excellent opportunity for those looking to immigrate to Canada. The program provides a path to permanent residency for those who can meet the requirements and contribute to the region’s economic development. If you are interested in applying, be sure to do so before the deadline.

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