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Saskatchewan wants more control over the province’s immigration system

According to Saskatchewan’s Immigration Minister Jeremy Harrison, the province wants to gain more control over its immigration system. The province of Saskatchewan is attempting to negotiate a new bilateral immigration agreement with the federal government similar to that utilized by Quebec. Saskatchewan has proposed the Canada-Saskatchewan Immigration Accord, which would give the province unilateral control over economic class immigration, family class immigration, federal settlement funding, and a set PNP amount that corresponds to Saskatchewan’s demographic weight in Canada. Saskatchewan’s current PNP quota is 6,000 principal applicants for 2022. However, the province wants 13,000 spots.

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