Following the results of the federal elections, immigration experts’ community is expecting the new Liberal minority government to fulfil its immigration promises. One of the most expected changes is a commitment to make the Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIPP) permanent program and increase the program's quota to 5,000 annually. The other promise was to launch the Municipal Nominee Program (MNP) allowing local communities to nominate selected candidates. The MNP will also have an annual quota of 5,000 spots. More information about those initiatives is expected to be published at the beginning of 2020.