The provinces and territories of Canada have each established their own Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) which allows them to address their individual needs with regards to immigration. A provincial nomination is when a province nominates you to immigrate to that specific province because you meet certain criteria that fills a need in that region.For instance, if the province of Ontario is facing a
shortage of accountants, the PNP provides the opportunity for that province to fast-track the process for immigrants who are qualified accountants. A provincial nomination adds 600 points to your CRS score, which basically guarantees that you will be able to request permanent residency status.
Following are the Provincial Nomination Provinces: