Sample Funding Programs


General information on the Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP). Internal links are provided for guidance to apply and the steps.

British Columbia
Specific information on the Skills Immigration Process.

Note: There is more broad information on the homepage that is helpful:


General information on Permanent Residency and application process.

New Brunswick

General information on Immigration and Settlement in New Brunswick. The page contains other resources and options.

Newfoundland & Labrador:

General information and process on immigration in Newfoundland & Labrador. It relates to permanent residents for qualified skilled workers (Surveyors)

Northwest Territories

General information on all aspects of living in NWT and resources.

Nova Scotia

General information on Skilled Workers and the process.

Nunavut General information on the eligibility and application process for both Northwest Territories & Nunavut (same)

Note: According to Canada Immigration, Nunavut currently does not have a Nominee Program for permanent residents.


General information on working in Ontario as an immigrant Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP)

Note: Language courses are available to help meet the language requirements:

Prince Edward Island (P.E.I) Direct information on Foreign Qualification Recognition Permanent residency information- Skilled Workers Outside Canada

Note: There are language programs available in order to meet the language requirements:


General information on Québec’s process. (CanadaVisa) Gouvernement du Québec: Immigration, Diversité et Inclusion. Note: The process is different from other provinces.


General information on the Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Application.

Note:  All applicants must also apply for residency through Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada(IRCC) Canadian Immigration Commission. This is in conjunction with the provincial application.


General information on how to immigrate and work in the Yukon.

Employer-related information:

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    The practice of Land Surveying in Canada is generally defined as:

    • the determination, establishment or recording by any means of the positions of points, natural features or features made by persons on, over or under the surface of the earth
    • the determination of the form of the earth
    • to determine, locate, define, describe, establish or re-establish boundaries
    • it includes the preparation of maps, plans, systems and documents and the giving of advice with respect to any of the matters above.