Goodnews!!!, the Canadian Government has opened up another opportunity for immigrants who want to move to the country. The New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot Project (NBCWP) was introduced on November 7, 2022, and the Program aims to aid economic migration and retention in the area.
Before proceeding, we will talk about the Program a bit before outlining the requirements and procedures to register. The Program is open to everyone, and so far, you have met the conditions we will outline below this section.
About The Brunswick Worker Pilot Program
This Program was introduced by the Government of Brunswick and the Federal Government, and the Program is selected to work with employers to fill in the gap in the following sectors: manufacturing, fisheries, food production, forestry, farming, and more. Some employers have volunteered to participate in the Program, and some of them include:
- Imperial Manufacturing Group
- McCain Foods, Ltd
- Cooke Aquaculture
- J.D. Irving Ltd.
- Groupe Savoie
- Groupe Westco
The Program is said to last for five years, and during this time, it will be monitored to ensure that it delivers the best possible outcomes to both provinces.
Eligibility For The New Brunswick Pilot Program
Employers must be eligible before they can participate in the Program. All employers are expected to meet the following conditions:
- Their settlement plan must be robust for the transportation and housing of their
- Must be able to provide language training of up to 200 hours are required by the recruited candidate
- Must be willing to support those who may wish to pursue their Canadian secondary education equivalency.
How To Register For The New Brunswick Pilot Program
No requirements are required for candidates, and you cannot apply directly for the Program. Instead, it is made by the employer. Just send your resume to Immigration NB if you’re interested in participating in the Program.
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