Mohanad Moetaz - 26 October, 2020
North Bay, a community in northern Ontario, has launched its Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP) stream on October 21.
A city with a population of over 50,000, North Bay boasts an economy that consists of manufacturing, education, forestry and tourism sectors. It is around 350 km north of the province’s capital, Toronto.
In addition, North Bay hosts many film and TV productions every year. Many of them can be found on this IMDb webpage.
Out of the 12 participating communities in the RNIP, 11 have announced their immigration program criteria.
The only community to have yet to announce their criteria is Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
What is the RNIP?
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) introduced the RNIP to address the economic and labour needs of participating communities - places outside Canada’s typical immigrant destinations.
Through the RNIP, these participating communities can attract and retain suitable foreign workers that will fill job vacancies.
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Are you eligible for the North Bay RNIP immigration stream?
To be eligible for the RNIP, you must:
If you have deemed yourself eligible for the RNIP by meeting all the requirements set above, the next step is to make sure you meet the criteria set out by the North Bay community. This can be found on the North Bay Community Criteria webpage.
The next step is to find employment in North Bay. You may be able to do this by building your candidate profile on the North Bay RNIP website.
Through your candidate profile, you must submit both of these forms as well as proof of your language ability, proof of work experience, proof of funds and your educational assessment.
You may also have to submit additional documents.