New Brunswick

New Brunswick is a heavily forested province on the Atlantic Coast of Canada, more than 80% of the land is covered with woodland inhabited by moose, bears, and other wildlife.  

Most foreign nationals who have moved to New Brunswick find that they are quickly welcomed into the province’s friendly communities. Southern New Brunswick is home to the province's English-speaking communities. While French-speaking communities, who make up one-third of the population, lie in the northern part of New Brunswick. It is the only official bilingual province of Canada.  

New Brunswick is one of Canada’s smallest provinces, it is about the same size as Ireland, Scotland, or the Czech Republic. With only about 776,827 residents (in 2019), there is plenty of space to make yourself a home where you can enjoy the great outdoors. 

New Brunswick is an especially attractive immigration destination for people who desire a simpler, no-frills lifestyle among a land teeming with lakes and forests. Real estate in New Brunswick is the cheapest in Canada. According to the Canadian Real Estate Association, the average house price in New Brunswick in 2020 is just $191,942. Newcomers, who have sold more expensive property elsewhere, often find that they can buy a house mortgage-free in New Brunswick.

In New Brunswick, you get the chance to own land that typically only the wealthy can afford and you get the opportunity to live in communities where people still genuinely help one another. 

Although New Brunswick does not have the fastest moving economy, the average hourly earnings for employees is consistently higher than any other Atlantic province apart from Newfoundland and Labrador.      


What Is the New Brunswick Immigrant Nominee Program? 

To help grow the province’s population and economy the government created the New Brunswick Provincial Nomination Program (New Brunswick PNP).

The New Brunswick PNP is an immigration program made possible through an agreement with the Canadian government. As an economic program, it selects and nominates qualified skilled workers from around the world to live in New Brunswick, with the hope that they will contribute to the province’s economy through full-time, ongoing employment, and if your occupation is in-demand, you stand a great chance of immigrating to Canada through one of the following New Brunswick PNP Categories.


New Brunswick PNP Categories are

  • New Brunswick Express Entry Stream
  • New Brunswick Skilled Workers Stream
  • New Brunswick Entrepreneurial Stream
  • The Atlantic Immigration Pilot



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