There are different ways to land to Canada as immigrant Road to Canada: Different Ways to Immigrate!. One of the newest is the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program or AIPP. This program just started in 2017 and aims to get 4000 permanent residents every year. The program is only applicable to the Atlantic Provinces of Canada which are New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador and Prince Edward Island.
I would say that AIPP so far is one of the least difficult way to apply to Canada as unlike the other programs, AIPP does not require LMIA. Any job offer is good as long as it comes from a designated employer in the Atlantic Canada. IELTS requirement is also not that high as it only needs a minimum of CLB 4 (Listening 4.5, Reading 3.5, Writing 4.0, Speaking 4.0). Also, when it comes to education requirement, as low as high school graduate could apply.
There are different categories of AIPP. Intermediate-Skilled Program is open for NOC 0, A, B or C. High-Skilled Program is for NOC 0, A or B. While International Graduate Program is applicable for any graduate of a two-year post-secondary diploma from a public funded learning institution in the Atlantic Canada.
In this program, the employer has an option to request the applicant to apply for a work permit to be able to come to Canada while waiting for their PR applications.