Immigration and Citizenship

Landing in a different Port of Entry than what is stated on COPR?

According to CIC website here is a reply , but they have mentioned live but confusion is about landing.

I am a new permanent resident in Canada. Can I live somewhere other than the “city of destination” on my Confirmation of Permanent Residence?
Yes, you can. As a permanent resident, you have the right to live, work or study anywhere in Canada.

However, if you became a permanent resident through the Provincial Nominee Program, the province that nominated you has chosen you to bring skills to their province.

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