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New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot

there is a pilot program for immigrants worker in Canada. The New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot is a five-year pilot program that addresses critical labor shortages in various sectors and across different regions in the province. The Pilot was created to attract skilled workers to occupations that have been and will continue to be, difficult to fill in New Brunswick in the years to come.

The Critical Worker Pilot is an employer-driven stream, based on targeted recruitment for skilled workers and therefore candidate applications to the pilot are made through the participant employer. The program does not accept direct applications from interested candidates.

Employer Participation

Employers participating in the pilot were selected based on demonstrated experience and consistent use of both provincial and federal economic immigration programs over, at least, the past three (3) years, as well as on those employers’ demonstrated ability to provide enhanced support around newcomer settlement, skills development, and language training for employees.

The pilot remains limited in its scope, and as such, it is not currently open to broader participation. We will be regularly evaluating the performance of this pilot, and opportunities for participation may present themselves in the future.  

Employers interested in learning about how New Brunswick’s economic immigration programs may be able to support their workforce needs can visit: https://www.welcomenb.ca/content/wel-bien/en/information_employers.html  

Participant Employers

Cooke Aquaculture

J.D. Irving Ltd.

Groupe Savoie

Groupe Westco

Imperial Manufacturing Group

McCain Foods, Ltd.

Candidate Participation

The Critical Worker Pilot is an employer-driven stream, based on targeted recruitment for skilled workers and therefore candidate applications to the pilot are made through the participant employer. The program does not accept direct applications from interested candidates.

There is no requirement under this program to send your résumé to Immigration NB.

Do I need a representative to help me apply?

No. The Government of Canada and the Government of New Brunswick treat everyone equally, whether they

use a representative or not.

All the forms and information that you need to apply to immigrate to Canada are available for free. If you follow

the instructions in the application guide, you can complete the application form and submit it on your own.

If you’re hiring a paid representative find out if they’re authorized:

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