Canada Provinces Need You!

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Are you still dreaming to immigrate to Canada but afraid to score low points?

NASC have an option for you!

Immigration to Canada through Provinces Nomination Program (PNP) or Job Offer Obtaining.

To know if you are eligible to apply for Canada please find the list of occupations in-demand for 2020 and if you have experience in one of those occupation, please contact one of North American Services Center (NASC) offices immediately, so our team can help you not only with obtaining your Permanent Residency, but with Job Offer as well.


Population: 12,851,821
Capital/largest city: Toronto
Main Industries: Seven of the world’s largest vehicle manufactures operate 14 plants in Ontario which demonstrates how important manufacturing is in the province. Information and Technology is also a growing sector, especially in “Technology Triangle” of Toronto, Ottawa and Waterloo. This area continues to attract inventive brains from across Canada and the world. Forestry remains an important industry in northern Ontario while journalism, the arts, and culture thrive in the province’s larger cities.

Jobs in demand you can apply for:

  • Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates
  • Home support workers and related occupations, excluding housekeepers
  • Residential and commercial installers and servicers
  • Transport truck drivers
  • Heavy equipment operators (except crane)
  • General farm workers
  • Nursery and greenhouse workers
  • Harvesting labourers
  • Construction trades helpers and labourers
  • Industrial butchers, meat cutters, poultry preparers, related workers


Population: 3,645,257
Capital: Edmonton
Largest City: Calgary

Main Industries: Leading industries in Alberta include energy, agriculture and forestry. The energy industry makes up ¼ of the province’s GDP and includes the oil sands, natural gas and coal. Alberta is Canada’s 2nd largest agricultural producer and forestry is the province’s 3rd largest industry.  Several Canadian Immigration avenues such as the Federal Skilled Trades Program have been tailored to provide swift relief to gaps in Alberta’s labour market, increasingly seeking skilled workers in trades such as machinery, plumbing, and metal work.

Jobs in demand you can apply for:

  • Social Media Specialist
  • Alternative Energy Technologist
  • Bio fuels Processing Technician
  • Business Continuity Planner
  • Cloud Architect
  • Cyber Forensic Investigator
  • Cytotechnologist
  • Data Miner
  • Electronics Recycling Worker
  • Energy Asset Management Professional
  • Environmental Economist
  • Fuel Cell Technician
  • Health Coach
  • Health Information Technology Specialist
  • Infection Control Professional
  • Instructional Designer
  • Landfill Gas Plant Operator
  • Nanoengineer
  • Nanotechnologist
  • Patient Advocate
  • Physician Assistant
  • Reclamation Specialist
  • Search Engine Optimization Specialist
  • Solar Installer
  • Sustainability Specialist
  • Wind Turbine Technician

New Brunswick

Capital: Fredericton
Population: 751,171
Main Industries: New Brunswick is the only official bilingual province in Canada. Main industries in the province include manufacturing and tourism. Like many other Canadian provinces, New Brunswick’s economy is tied to its natural resource endowments and thus relies heavily on its fishing, forestry, energy, and mining sectors.


Jobs in demand you can apply for:

  • Senior managers – financial, communications and other business services
  • Managers in health care
  • Restaurant and food service managers
  • Financial and investment analysts
  • Human resources professionals
  • Executive assistants
  • Purchasing agents and officers
  • Administrative assistants
  • Accounting technicians and bookkeepers
  • Information systems analysts and consultants
  • Database analysts and data administrators
  • Software engineers and designers
  • Computer programmers and interactive media developers
  • Computer network technician
  • Early childhood educators and assistants
  • Translators, terminologists and interpreters
  • Retail sales supervisors
  • Retail and wholesale buyers
  • Cooks

Prince Edward Island

Capital: Charlottetown
Population: 140,204
Main Industries: The smallest province in both size and population is famous for its delicious potatoes that make up a large part of its agricultural sector. The majority of jobs on the island revolve around the thriving tourism industry and small businesses.

Jobs in demand you can apply for:

  • Senior Managers and Managers – Sales, Finance services, Communication industry, Business services, Health care, Education, Social and Community Services, Trade, Manufacturing, Broadcasting, Construction, Transportation, Production, Utilities, HR, Purchasing, Banking, Credit, Investment, Advertising, Marketing, Public Relations, Engineering, Architecture, Agriculture, Aquaculture, Retail, Restaurants, Home building and renovation, Facility operations, and other administrative services managers
  • Insurance, Real Estate and Finance brokers and salespersons
  • Telecommunication Workers
  • Postal and courier services Officers and Managers
  • School Administrators
  • Police and Firefighting Officers
  • Library, Archive, Museum and Art Gallery workers
  • Security agents, Investment dealers and brokers
  • HR Professionals
  • Finance Officers
  • Business Management Consultants
  • Advertising, Marketing, Public Relations Professionals
  • Physicists, astronomers, meteorologists, climatologists, biologists, forestry professionals, agriculture representatives and consultants
  • Engineers – civil, mechanical, electrical, chemical, industrial and manufacturing, metallurgical, mining, geological, petroleum, aerospace, computer, other professional engineers
  • Architects
  • IT professionals
  • All healthcare, diagnosing and treating professional
  • Pharmacists, dietitians, nutritionists and other type of healthcare professionals
  • Journalists, editors, translators
  • Dancers, musicians, singers, actors, comedians, painter, sculptors and other artists
  • Photographers, film and video camera operators, graphic art and broadcast technicians
  • Chefs, Cooks, Butchers, Meat Cutters, Bakers
  • Hairstylists, barbers
  • Tailors, Dressmakers, Shoemakers, Designers , Jewellery and Watch repairers
  • All type of construction workers (light and heavy)
  • Receptionists, data entry clerks
  • Accountants, cashers and related clerks
  • Storekeepers
  • Hostesses, Bartenders, Food and Beverage Servers
  • Taxi and limousine drivers, delivery and courier service drivers

Nova Scotia

Capital: Halifax
Population: 921,727
Main Industries: Located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean Nova Scotia boasts an industry with bases in offshore and inland fishing, mining and drilling. Shipping is also common in Halifax as it is one of the main Atlantic ports.

Jobs in demand you can apply for:

  • Financial Auditors, Accountants and other financial officers
  • Advertising, Marketing, Public Relations Professionals
  • Administrative assistants
  • Accounting technicians and bookkeepers
  • Civil Engineers
  • Nurses
  • College and other Vocational Instructors
  • Social and Community service workers

British Colombia

Population: 4.4million
Capital: Victoria
Largest city: Vancouver
Main Industries: Includes forestry, fishing and mining gold, silver and other minerals. Small businesses comprise 98% of the province’s commerce and are the main source of employment for British Columbians working in the private sector. BC’s tourism industry has grown significantly in the past decade; it now employs 1 in 15 working British Columbians. Finally, British Columbia leads the country in Start-Up activity and entrepreneurial activity.

Jobs in demand you can apply for:

  • Managers – Retail and Wholesale, Insurance, Real estate and Financial brokerage, Restaurant and Food Service, Construction, Corporate Sales, Banking, Credit and Other Investment, Financial, Communications & Other Business Services, Computer & Information, Facility Operation & Maintenance, Human Resources, Social, Community & Correctional Services, Accommodation Service
  • Administrator – post-secondary & vocational training
  • Financial Auditors & Accountants
  • Information Systems Analysts & Consultants
  • Computer Programmers & Interactive Media Developers
  • College & Other Vocational Instructors
  • University Professors & Lecturers
  • Other Financial Officers
  • Software Engineers & Designers
  • Civil Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Authors & Writers
  • Social Workers
  • Architects
  • Psychologists


Population: 1,208,268
Capital/largest city: Winnipeg
Main industries: Wheat is the most important crop in Manitoba’s sizeable agricultural industry, accounting for 40% of the province’s crop production. Manufacturing in Manitoba is mainly dominated by food, machinery, transportation equipment and clothing. Mining is also a key sector for employment in this region.

Jobs in demand you can apply for:

  • Other administrative services managers
  • Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers
  • Banking, credit and other investment managers
  • Advertising, marketing and public relations managers
  • Engineering managers
  • Architecture and science managers
  • Computer and information systems managers
  • Architecture and science managers
  • Computer and information systems managers
  • Agricultural representatives, consultants and specialists
  • Computer network technicians
  • Corporate sales managers
  • Construction managers
  • Home building and renovation managers
  • Facility operation and maintenance managers


Population: 1,033,381
Capital: Regina
Largest City: Saskatoon
Main Industries: Saskatchewan derives 95% of its produced goods from its cornucopia of natural resources and their refined counterparts. These include grains, livestock, oil and gas, potash, uranium and wood. Many people work in manufacturing companies that produce foods and beverages, chemicals, machinery and wood products. Saskatchewan is progressively becoming the destination of choice for immigrants to Canada.

Jobs in demand you can apply for:

  • Managers – trade, broadcasting, health care, health and social policy development and program administration, agriculture economic analysis, policy development and program administration, education policy development and program administration, public administration
  • School principals and administrators of elementary and secondary education
  • Commissioned police officers, Fire chiefs and senior firefighting officers
  • Library, archive, museum and art gallery managers
  • Managers – publishing, motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
  • Recreation, sports and fitness program and service directors
  • Financial auditors and accountants
  • Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers
  • Court officers and justices of the peace
  • Insurance, immigration, border services and revenue officers
  • Physicists and astronomers, Geoscientists and oceanographers, Meteorologists and climatologists and other professional occupations in physical sciences
  • Air pilots, flight engineers and flying instructors
  • All Health Professionals
  • Archivists, Authors and writers, Editors, Journalists, Translators
  • Technical occupations related to museums and art galleries
  • Photographers, Film and video camera operators, Graphic arts technicians, Broadcast technicians, Audio and video recording
  • Interior designers and interior decorators, theatre, fashion, exhibit and other creative designers
  • Athletes, Coaches, Sports officials and referees, Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness
  • Insurance agents and brokers
  • Real estate agents and salespersons
  • Food service supervisors
  • Customer and information services supervisors
  • Hairstylists and barbers
  • Shoe repairers and shoemakers
  • Supervisors – plastic and rubber products manufacturing, textile, fabric, fur and leather products processing and manufacturing, motor vehicle assembling, electronics manufacturing, electrical products manufacturing, furniture and fixtures manufacturing and other products manufacturing and assembly.


70.000 candidates will be invited to Canada in 2020 through the provinces.

If you found your occupation in the list of demand, contact North American Services Center office immediately as positions in-demand keep changing every month, so by starting your process now you secure your future and have high chances to receive job offer at the nearest time.


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