The October 30 draw saw a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System score of 475, 11 points higher than the previous all-program draw.
The increased CRS score is a result of it being four weeks since the previous all-program draw, which took place on October 2.
The program-specific Federal Skilled Trades draw that took place on October 16 saw lower-scoring profiles drawn from the pool.
Higher-scoring profiles have therefore built up over four weeks, resulting in a higher minimum score.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has now invited 71,700 candidates in 2019, against a high-skilled immigration admission target of 81,400.
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