Immigrate to Morden, MCDII’S Skilled Worker Program Updated on 10.03.2020
Morden’s Community Driven Immigration Initiative is a support program for those who will apply for permanent residence in Morden through the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program. If an applicant is not able to qualify on their own to apply to the MPNP (For example: With the support letter of a friend or family member), they can apply to our initiative for a support letter. We choose approximately 50 families per year to be supported by our program. This is approximately 5% of all applications received.
Preference will be given to applicants with recent experience in one of the following:
NOC 7312 Heavy Duty Mechanic (with experience in large trucks and agricultural equipment) (no express entry required)
NOC 7237 Welders (no express entry required)
NOC 3236 Massage Therapists (Express entry required)
NOC 9536 Industrial painter (no express entry required)
NOC 9526 Mechanical Assembler (especially trailer assembly) (no express entry required)
NOC 9437 Woodworking machine operators (no express entry required)
Application Process Overview:
Applications will not be considered if they do not meet minimum qualifications.
Having an experience in one of these occupations does not necessarily mean receiving a provincial nomination. Indeed, the Morden program only accepts around 50 families per year, and only the occupations that are most in need in the city of Morden will be chosen.
In addition to having recent work experience in one of the above target occupations, it is also important that the applicant:
Have experience in living in a rural area, with the ability to adapt to culture and climate
Show genuine intention in living and working in Morden, with no previous connections with other parts of Canada.