Canada has the following provinces Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan. Northwest Territories and Yukon. Each of these has its own PNP process if they except you then you get a “Provincial Nomination Certificate”. You can then add this certificate to your EE application and get extra points which should qualify you.
The only province that does not have PNP and has its own different immigration process is Qubec (something to do with local english / french politics) I’ve included a link to the Qubec process below. Keep in mind you are required to reside in the province that nominated you for some years (I think its 2). If you break that not sure what they can do as PR’s have the rights to live and work across Canada. I think its a grey area and they could say you lied on application which could be bad for you.
Also the only provinces I can see myself living in is Ontario (Toronto), BC (Vancouver)
and Qubec (Montreal)
Example: Alberta PNP process