Investors must make a CAN$400,000 investment but are not subject to monitoring or other regulatory requirements once they arrive in Canada.

Entrepreneurs come to Canada subject to the monitored, regulatory condition that they invest and participate in the management of a business of a given size in Canada that creates at least one additional job for someone other than their immediate family.

Self-employed persons are selected based on their intention and ability to create a job for themselves in cultural or athletic activities or to purchase and manage a farm in Canada, but are not subject to monitoring or other regulatory requirements once they arrive in Canada.

What are the principal differences between investors, entrepreneurs and self-employed persons