Saskatchewan is one of Canada’s fastest-growing provinces. The most preferred city in Saskatchewan is Regina which growing at a fast pace. Job opportunities in Saskatchewan are an attractive option for many foreign workers seeking stable, long term employment.

Saskatchewan maintains a diverse and active immigration program to respond to and encourage the migrant, as categories evolve or created to respond to labour market needs.

Through a variety of categories and sub-categories, the SINP targets specific individuals and their families who have the potential to live and work successfully in Saskatchewan. Skilled worker abroad, an international graduate or temporary foreign worker in Saskatchewan, or an entrepreneur with big plans for your future business in Saskatchewan, the SINP could be your route to Canadian permanent resident status.

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP), a provincial nominee program (PNP), is a collection of immigration pathways enabling foreign nationals to become Permanent Resident of Canada. The Program is to attract immigrants in areas that will benefit the province: skilled workers, workers in sectors with labour shortages, workers with job offers, and entrepreneurs. 


SINP operates several immigration streams divided among three categories:


1) Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker:

Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker encompasses three immigration streams designed to target skilled workers who can join Saskatchewan’s workforce and adapt to life in the province. Some streams prioritize workers who have experience in sectors experiencing labour shortages, while other streams target workers with employment offers from Saskatchewan employers.

  • Saskatchewan Express Entry
  • Saskatchewan Employment Offer
  • Saskatchewan In-Demand Occupation


2) Saskatchewan Experience:

Saskatchewan Experience encompasses five immigration streams designed to target workers who have already gained employment experience in Saskatchewan. Workers in these streams must have an offer of employment from a Saskatchewan employer to continue working in the province. Professional and trade streams prioritize workers with experience in sectors that are experiencing labour shortages in the region.

  • Saskatchewan Existing Work Permit
  • Saskatchewan Health Professionals
  • Saskatchewan Hospitality Sector Project
  • Saskatchewan Long-Haul Truck Driver Project
  • Saskatchewan Students


3) Saskatchewan Entrepreneur and Farm:

Saskatchewan Entrepreneur and Farm is a collection of two immigration streams designed for individuals with business management experience who wish to launch a new business endeavour in Saskatchewan. The entrepreneurial stream is for general entrepreneurs with business proposals, while the farm owner and operator stream are specifically for entrepreneurs in the farming sector.

  • Saskatchewan Entrepreneur
  • Saskatchewan Farm Owners and Operators