5.1.4 Newfoundland and Labrador will participate in multilateral consultation processes regarding the development or promotion of national immigration initiatives. 1.10 And whereas Canada recognizes Newfoundland and Labrador`s objectives of attracting and retaining immigrants, promoting their inclusion and full participation in society, and developing diversity to support innovation and economic growth, as expressed in the provincial immigration strategy and provincial multiculturalism policy. 1.8 And whereas section 10 of the Executive Council Act SNL, 1995, c.E-16.1 and section 7 of the Intergovernmental Affairs Act, RSNL 1990 v. I-13, authorizes the Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs and the Minister of Education and Advanced Qualifications to enter into an agreement with the Government of Canada on immigration, with the agreement of the Deputy Governor of the Council. 1.12 And whereas Canada and Newfoundland and Labrador recognize that the shared federal-provincial territorial vision on immigration sets the strategic direction for what the federal, provincial and territorial governments want to achieve together through immigration. The PNP Newfoundland Skilled Worker Stream was designed to recruit leading people from around the world. If an immigrant has a capacity that can help the needs of the market and the economy of Newfoundland and Labrador, both the province and the individual benefit. In short, the NLNP is supposed to be a “win-win” for both the Canadian province and potential new citizens. This immigration flow is aimed at foreigners who have a guaranteed job offer from an employer in the province. Immigrants who currently live in the province and have a job under a valid work permit can also apply for this immigration flow. The flow of skilled labor has additional requirements that must be met by both the employer and the potential worker. 7.2.
Newfoundland and Labrador agrees to accept only applications for designation or approval filed on formal applications for designation and approval on the province`s website. In addition, Newfoundland and Labrador agrees not to modify the content of these forms without prior consultation and consent from Canada and the other Atlantic provinces. 11.1.3 The CMA will hold a personal meeting or conference call at least once a year. The objective of these meetings will be to conduct in-depth discussions on the overall administration of this agreement and on innovative approaches to the management of immigration issues. Byrne said: “Today`s agreement strengthens ours. Commit to attracting and retaining more immigrants to Newfoundland and Labrador to meet our economic, labour market and demographic needs. 6.1.6 Newfoundland and Labrador will consult with Canada before entering into an agreement or arrangement with another company if such agreement or arrangement may lead to amendments to the directive that would have a significant impact on that agreement. . . .