News releases from Immigration (Page 1)

Nova Scotia Welcomes Record Breaking Number of Immigrants

Immigration

Nova Scotia welcomed a record setting 7,580 new permanent residents in 2019 helping to grow the population and strengthen the province’s economy and communities.

Immigration Numbers Setting Records

Immigration / Health and Wellness

Nova Scotia has broken immigration records again in 2019 as the province finds new ways to target workers in sectors with the greatest need.

Record Immigration Drives an All-time Population High

Finance and Treasury Board / Immigration

The province’s population growth continues to set records thanks to the number of immigrants and people from other provinces who are choosing to live in Nova Scotia.

Efforts Continue to Recruit More Doctors

Immigration

A recruitment team is heading back to the United Kingdom (U.K.) this week to try to attract more doctors to live and work in Nova Scotia.

Immigration to Nova Scotia Continues to Rise

Immigration

Nova Scotia continues to break records with the number of immigrants choosing to live here.

New Immigration Pilot and Changes to Existing Programs

Immigration

A new immigration pilot and changes to existing streams, announced today, May 30, will attract more entrepreneurs and skilled workers to the province.

Nova Scotia Continues to See Record Population Increase

Finance and Treasury Board / Immigration

Nova Scotia’s population reached a new all-time high at the beginning of 2019 at 965,382 people.

Action Plan Launched on International Day of La Francophonie

Immigration / Acadian Affairs and Francophonie

Nova Scotia is marking the 32nd International Day of La Francophonie, today, March 20, with the release of a plan to attract and retain French immigrants.

Plan d'action lancé dans le cadre de la Journée internationale de la Francophonie

Immigration / Acadian Affairs and Francophonie

La Nouvelle-Écosse souligne la 32e Journée internationale de la Francophonie, aujourd'hui 20 mars, par la publication d'un plan d'action visant à attirer les immigrants francophones et à les inciter à rester dans la province.

Nova Scotia Meeting with Doctors Abroad

Immigration

Staff from the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration, Nova Scotia Health Authority and Nova Scotia College of Physicians and Surgeons are heading back to the United Kingdom (U.K.) this week to continue efforts to recruit more doctors to the province.

Nova Scotia Welcomes Record Number of Newcomers

Immigration

Nova Scotia welcomed more immigrants in 2018 than any previous year.

Record-setting Year for Immigration

Immigration

More immigrants have been approved to make Nova Scotia their home in 2018 than ever before.

Une occasion d'augmenter la population francophone en Nouvelle-Écosse

Immigration

Une équipe de la Nouvelle-Écosse participera à une activité de recrutement d'immigrants en France et en Belgique au cours des prochaines semaines afin de rencontrer des francophones qui songent à s'installer et à travailler dans la province.

Opportunity to Help Increase Francophone Population in Nova Scotia

Immigration

A team from Nova Scotia is attending an immigration recruitment event in France and Belgium this month to meet with Francophones who are interested in living and working in the province.

Nova Scotia Goes to Ireland and United Kingdom to Recruit Doctors

Immigration

Nova Scotia will be represented in the United Kingdom (U.K.) and Ireland next week in efforts to attract more family doctors and specialists to the province. Fourteen new doctors have already been approved through the new Physician Immigration Stream since it launched in February.

Nouveau volet d'immigration pour répondre à la demande du marché du travail

Immigration / Education and Early Childhood Development

IMMIGRATION/ÉDUCATION ET DÉVELOPPEMENT DE LA PETITE ENFANCE—Nouveau volet d'immigration pour répondre à la demande du marché du travail

New Immigration Stream to Address Labour Market Demands

Immigration / Education and Early Childhood Development

Innovation and immigration are two key ingredients that will be used to respond to the province’s unique labour market needs through the creation of a new, responsive stream.

Nova Scotia Heads to United Kingdom to Recruit Psychiatrists

Immigration

Nova Scotia representatives will be in the United Kingdom (U.K.) next week to continue promoting Nova Scotia and attracting more doctors to the province. Seven new doctors have already been approved through the new Physician Immigration Stream.

High Interest in Nova Scotia from International Doctors

Immigration

Six doctors from the U.K. and Ireland interested in moving to Nova Scotia plan to visit the province in June, with several more expected to visit over the summer.

Team Heads to Dublin and London to Recruit More Physicians

Immigration

After approving four new doctors through the new Physician Immigration Stream, a team led by the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration, will be in Dublin and London this week to continue promoting Nova Scotia and attracting more doctors to the province.