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Posted on October 31 2022

“We are not short of jobs. We are short of people” - Premier Scott Moe, Saskatchewan, Canada

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Updated January 18 2024

Highlights of Shortage of workers in Saskatchewan, Canada

  • Saskatchewan immigration targets to be raised up to 13,000 new PRs every year
  • The province is planning to grow its population by 1.4 million
  • The number of jobs would be increased to 100,000 by 2030
  • The Prairie province might exceed its cap of 6,000 under the Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program

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Saskatchewan is short of workers not jobs

Scott Moe, the Saskatchewan Premiere, highlights his vision of the Saskatchewan Party regarding a new relationship with the federal government. More freedom should be given to the province to set its own immigration targets. The premier wants the business people in Saskatchewan to force Ottawa for a new relationship between Saskatchewan and Canada in the similar way as that of Quebec. The immigration target for Saskatchewan would be raised by 13,000 permanent residents per year under the deal.

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Saskatchewan will get more authority for nominating newcomers to migrate to the province. Saskatchewan would also get control over the family class of immigration. Federal resources for settlement services will also be transferred to the province.

Saskatchewan immigration to be increased to 1.4 million

The main component in the Saskatchewan government plan is immigration so that population of the province can be grown up to 1.4 million. The plan also includes the creation of new 100,000 jobs by 2030. Saskatchewan has expectations to meet and exceed the cap of 6,000 under the Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program. The province expects that international recruitment may be delayed without the increase of the federal cap.

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