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Posted on November 11 2022

New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot announced to address shortage of workers

By  Editor
Updated February 26 2024

Highlights: New Brunswick announced a new pilot program to provide economic immigration

  • New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot is a joint project between the Federal Government and New Brunswick
  • The new pilot program will facilitate economic immigration and settlement of the newcomers
  • New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot is a five-year program
  • Six employers are selected to work with the new pilot program
  • The NBCWP is a five-year project to invite newcomers and settle them in the province


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New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot 

A new pilot program, New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot, has been announced by New Brunswick. It is a collaborative project between the federal government and the province to invite immigrants to work in Canada. The program will provide economic immigration and ensure settlement services, including language and skills training.


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Employers selected for the NBCWP

Besides inviting new immigrants, the province will also take care of retaining the newcomers through meaningful work. Six employers have been selected to work with the new pilot program and they include:

  • Cooke Aquaculture Inc.
  • Groupe Savoie Inc.
  • Groupe Westco
  • Imperial Manufacturing
  • D. Irving Ltd
  • McCain Foods

Reasons behind selecting these employers are as follows:


Eligibility for the selected employers for NBCWP

The eligibility criteria for the six selected employers are as follows:

  • Employers must have settlement plans related to accommodation and transport to establish individuals in their new communities and jobs successfully.
  • There should be firm commitments to retain the employees for a long time.
  • Have excellent human resources planning for hiring and recruiting new skilled international talents and enhancing their on-the-job skills.
  • Language training for 200 hours should be provided.
  • Guiding and supporting the newcomers to have a Canadian secondary education equivalency.

The New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot is a five-year program that is monitored regularly to deliver the desired results for the province. 


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