Quebec has published a draft regulation giving more details of three new immigration pilot programs targeting specific occupations.
The details were put forward in the Gazette officielle du Québec on Wednesday, October 28.
Each pilot program will last for five years and include up to 550 candidates per year and their family members, according to the Ministry of Immigration, Francization and Integration (MIFI).
The pilots, initially announced in May and July this year, will target beneficiary attendants (orderlies), jobs in the food processing sector, and tech workers in artificial intelligence, information technology and visual effects.
"These actions will allow immigrants to fully contribute to the development of Quebec society by choosing to settle there and work in these spheres of activity," said Quebec Immigration Minister Nadine Girault.
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