Are you still in your home country but planning to live and work in Manitoba?
Get Started before you move
Learn as much as you can about your occupation and your destination in Manitoba before you move. The more you plan and prepare before you move, the better we can help you when you arrive.
Plan for your employment and settlement
You’ll learn more about:
- The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP)
- Different communities in Manitoba
- Tools and resources to prepare for success before your move
Learn about regulated professions in Manitoba
This includes qualifications recognition, and the licensing process.
Research your occupation:
- Choose your job type and location in Manitoba
- Learn about available jobs, descriptions, wages, and more
Research your occupation
Choose your job type and location in Manitoba, and learn about available jobs descriptions, wages, and more.
Language requirements for Provincial Nominee Program (PNP).
As a permanent resident, you are eligible to work in Canada.
It often takes three to four months for a new immigrant to find a job that relates to their previous work experience.
If you want to work in your pre-arrival occupation, you may first need to complete professional licensing requirements in Manitoba.
At Manitoba Start, you can plan your career goals, update your resume for Canadian employers, and find the information you need to achieve your professional goals.