Canada is a vast country with 13 provinces, each with its unique features and needs. The choice of where to live in Canada can be influenced by the availability of Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs), which are specific to each province. While most provinces have PNPs, Quebec and Nunavut do not. Manitoba is known for providing a home for international students with PNPs in the Career Employment Pathway, Graduate Internship Pathway, and International Student Entrepreneur Pilot. Saskatchewan has four PNPs, including the International Skilled Worker, Saskatchewan Work Experience, Entrepreneur, and Farm Owner and Operator Categories. New Brunswick falls under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot, which requires a job offer from a designated employer for skilled foreign workers, and has its own Express Entry Stream, Skilled Workers’ Stream, and Entrepreneurial Stream. Newfoundland and Labrador also falls under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot but has other categories such as the Skilled Worker stream, Express Entry Stream, Entrepreneur Stream, International Graduate Category, and International Graduate Entrepreneur Category. Prince Edward Island has its PNPs under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot, Critical Workers Stream, and Skilled Workers Outside Canada Stream. Nova Scotia has several PNPs, including an entrepreneur, International Graduate, International Graduate Entrepreneur, Skilled Worker Streams, and two Express Entry Streams. The Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities Stream picks candidates from the national express entry pool if their skills are in demand in the Nova Scotia job market.