Economic immigration

(Our services are tailored to the needs of French speaking candidates only)

 

NOUVEAU!

INVITATION AU MANITOBA

LE PROGRAMME CANDIDATS DU MANITOBA (PCM) ACCEPTE MAINTENANT LES DEMANDES DE VISITE EXPLORATOIRE DANS LE CADRE DE SON VOLET INVITATION AU MANITOBA.

Le CDEM n’accepte plus les demandes de visite exploratoire. Vous devez maintenant les soumettre directement auprès du PCM en remplissant le formulaire de visite qui se trouve sur son site Web. Cliquez ICI.

Veuillez lire attentivement les informations au sujet de cette initiative stratégique francophone afin de connaitre les démarches à suivre pour soumettre une demande de visite.

 


Choose Manitoba!

Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program

Our services are tailored to meet the needs of French speaking candidates only.

Manitoba has everything to offer

Did you know that we have one of the lowest jobless rates in Canada? And that housing here is affordable. We have an arts scene that is the envy of big cities everywhere. And our summers are great!

Questions?

We have the answers! Everything you need to know about living in Manitoba, the exploratory visit, and the immigration process.

Real people, real experiences

Some videos to watch to learn more about immigrating to Manitoba.

Finding new adventures and opportunities in Manitoba

Sébastien Gaillard and his family found all of the adventure they were looking for right here in Manitoba.

Une visite exploratoire profitable

Mehdi Sahraoui, a Francophone newcomer, hasn't looked back since his exploratory visit to Manitoba convinced him that this is where his future lay.

Fulfilling a childhood dream

Cameroon-born Jean Chrysostome Nsima arrived in Winnipeg in April 2018, with his wife and three children. Manitoba, he says, was by far the best choice he could make.

De l'Algérie au Manitoba

Hamou Si Hadj Mohand, in Manitoba since July 2017, talks about how his first exploratory visit played an important role in his decision to immigrate to Winnipeg.

The importance of networking

“While it’s true there is work in Canada, you have to look for it. We did a lot of networking. You have to be willing to send emails, make calls, do everything possible.” (Miguel Romero)