Overview

Manitoba is one of the Canadian provinces that shares a border with Ontario, and in the west, with Saskatchewan. It is home to a landscape of rivers, lakes, mountains, forests, and prairies that stretches from northern Arctic tundra to the Hudson Bay in the east and even to southern farmland. Much of the wilderness has been preserved in more than 80 (eighty) provincial parks, which is famous for activities such as hiking, biking, canoeing, camping, and fishing.

Like other provinces in Canada, the province of Manitoba has initiated in taking some important steps towards the economic development and job vacancy improvements; Manitoba has organized such immigration programs which enable investors/entrepreneurs from all around the world to settle and invest in this part of Canada. Moreover, skilled categories and programs are also in place to help qualified applicants play their part in filling up the available spaces and gaps that would eventually contribute toward provincial prosperity and development.