Last week saw two Provincial Nominee Program draws in BC and Saskatchewan, with a total of 572 new invitations issued to candidates in the two provinces.
British Columbia’s draw was on July 23, with a total of 191 invitations issued across five streams. Minimum scores for the draw stayed the same as the previous draw on July 9, except for the SI-Skilled Worker category, which was four points lower than before at 101.
Saskatchewan’s draw was held on July 24, inviting 277 candidates through the Occupations In-Demand stream, and 104 candidates through the Express Entry stream. Minimum scores for both draws rose by six points from the previous draw, from 68 points on June 20 to 74 points on July 24.