What provinces benefited the most from Express Entry in 2020?


06 Mar
06Mar

Ontario remained the most popular destination for Express Entry immigrants in 2020. It attracted 37,525 immigrants or 58.7% of the total admissions. British Columbia took second place. It welcomed 13,590 newcomers or 21.3%. The third main beneficiary of Express Entry is Alberta, which became a choice of 7,005 immigrants or 11%.

  • Alberta - 7,005 (11.0%)
  • British Columbia - 13,590 (21.3%)
  • Manitoba - 1,515 (2.4%)
  • New Brunswick – 820 (1.3%)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador – 160 (0.3%)
  • Northwest Territories – 30 (0.0%)
  • Nova Scotia - 1,555 (2.4%)
  • Nunavut - 5 (0.0%)
  • Ontario - 37,525 (58.7%)
  • Prince Edward Island - 445 (0.7%)
  • Saskatchewan - 1,245 (1.9%)
  • Yukon - 30 (0.0%)

Historically, since the start of Express Entry, Ontario, BC, and Alberta are the top priority destinations for Express Entry immigrants. These three provinces combined welcomed 89.2% of the total number of 374,395 immigrants.

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