Life in Prince Edward Island
Life in Prince Edward Island
Prince Edward Island
Prince Edward Island (PEI) is one of the country’s three Maritime Provinces and oldest settlements still reflecting Canada’s heritage. It is located in the Atlantic ocean and consists of the main island surrounded by various smaller islands. PEI is not the smallest province but has the smallest population in Canada. It is renowned for its sienna-coloured shores, verdant pastures and cascading hills. Visitors can explore the province by car or bike and enjoy the warm and inviting nature of these charming seaside villages and farmlands. It is perfect for those who enjoy a slower pace and small-town living.
Basin Head Provincial Park is home to the famed Singing Sands Beach aptly named after the whistling sound that it produces as visitors walk across the sand. Prince Edward Island National Park is a magnificent expanse of wetlands and forests with diverse species of flora and fauna. Be sure to stop by the historic Point Prim Lighthouse as well as the Green Gables Heritage Place, home to the famed author of Anne of Green Gables.
Charlottetown is Prince Edward Island’s biggest city with a perfect blend of a metropolitan and small-town atmosphere. It is home to the national landmark, Confederation Centre, which houses a number of historical exhibits as well as brutalist architecture. The Confederation Trail, once an active railway, is a great way to explore the island by bike, foot or snowmobile in winter, and take in the breathtaking seascapes and undulating hills. PEI Distillery offers a variety of artisanal spirits, most notably, it’s award-winning vodka. Foodies can enjoy farm- and ocean-to-table culinary delights on every shore.
Immigrate to Prince Edward Island
There are several paths that you can take to immigrate to Prince Edward Island, including the Federal Economic immigration programs managed by the Express Entry system, as well as, Prince Edward Island’s own Provincial Nominee Program (Prince Edward Island PNP). Created to assist the province’s economy, the Prince Edward Island PNP has many categories each with its own unique set of criteria aimed at filling in-demand jobs.
|Federal Economic Immigration Programs|
|Business Impact Category||For foreign managers and businessmen and women who want to start or invest in a business in the province.|
|Labour Impact Category||For foreign workers who want to live and work in PEI and have the right skills and work experience that the province needs.|
|Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program|
|Skilled Workers Outside Canada||For skilled foreign workers with a full-time job offer on PEI.|
|Critical Workers Stream||For semi-skilled workers already working on PEI.|
|PEI Express Entry||For Express Entry Candidates interested in settling and working on PEI.|
|International Graduates Stream||For graduates from a designated post secondary institution on PEI with a valid job offer or who have started or bought a business.|
|Entrepreneur Stream||For foreign entrepreneurs who want to start or buy an existing business on PEI.|
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