Through reliable sources it has been learned that the Canadian federal administration has boosted the overall number of permanent residents to be proffered permits, via the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), for the province of Nova Scotia. Registering an overall increase of 200 permits, 700 permits will be offered to all successful nominees. The regular quota for Nova Scotia is 500 permits.
Earlier, the province was not in a position to fill-up its quota for the PNP. Still, from 2010 onwards, it has attracted a large number of keen candidates to the said program. Consequently, it has been actively urging the federal administration to increase–by 100%–the tally of the qualified workers to be admitted per annum.
Meanwhile, a concerned person was quoted as saying that those –who turn-up via the nominee program–tend to remain in Nova Scotia comparatively more than those who arrive via other ways. Hence, an augmentation there is quite crucial for those firms/organizations which could be hunting for manpower to work there.
Close to 2,000 fresh overseas people turn-up in the