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Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program Business Immigration MPNP-B is an immigration program for business persons and investors looking to immigrate to Canada as a permanent resident by establishing a new business or investing in an existing business in Manitoba.

About Manitoba

Located in the center of Canada, Manitoba is one of the three Prairie Provinces in Canada. With a population of 1,208,268 as of 2011, Manitoba is the fifth-most populous province in Canada. Manitoba is bordered by the provinces of Ontario to the east and Saskatchewan to the west, the territory of Nunavut to the north, and the US states of North Dakota and Minnesota to the south. Manitoba's stable and diverse economy, built on traditional resource sectors and emerging high-technology industries, is the base for a thriving business community. Nearly 12,000 immigrants make Winnipeg home each year and account for the majority of the city’s annual population growth.
 Winnipeg is the capital and most populous city in Manitoba by a significant margin, with 730,018 people residing in the Winnipeg Capital Region. Winnipeg enjoys a stable economy and a low unemployment rate (in 2013 it was 1.2 per cent below the national average). The city’s diverse economy is drawing more and more immigrants to settle within its limits. Major industries include manufacturing, agriculture, hydroelectricity, mining and a vibrant import/export industry. Winnipeg is also a major financial hub and home to a number of insurance companies and investment firms.
In terms of climate, Winnipeg has short, very warm summers followed by long, extremely cold winters. Winnipeg gets an abundance of snow — on average 110 cm a year — with snowfall typically starting in November and often not finishing until April.