About Ontario, Canada

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ontario is one of Canada’s most culturally diverse provinces. It is popular among immigrants, over half of all newcomers make it their permanent home. It is a province full of job opportunities, built on values of hard work and humility by generations of immigrants over the years. Manufacturing, tourism, and finance are among the province’s key industries and biggest sources of employment.

 

Ontario immigration is, therefore, one of the most popular among foreign nationals who want to live and work in Canada.

 

Ontario Express Entry Draw

 

The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) is the main immigration program for the province. Through the OINP Express Entry, the province conducts regular draws to select candidates for immigration to the province.

 

The latest of these Express Entry draws saw a total of 48 candidates invited under the Skilled Trades stream. These invitations were given to candidates who submitted their Express Entry profiles between January 1 and May 9, 2018.

 

Another 18 invitations were given to candidates in the French-Speaking Skilled Worker stream. Candidates in this stream had submitted their Express Entry profiles between January 1, 2018 and May 10, 2018.

 

Note that, in this Express Entry draw no minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score was required for either stream.

 

So far, 2018 has been a very busy year for Ontario immigration. The province has issued 652 Notifications of Interest (NOI) in the Skilled Trades stream. And a further 438 in the French-Speaking Skilled Worker stream.

 

In addition to that, since the beginning of 2018, the province of Ontario has issued 2,587 NOI’s to Express Entry candidates in the Human Capital Priorities stream.

 

Ontario Immigration Opportunities

 

Ontario is one of Canada’s strongest economic pillars, producing over $5 Billion Canadian Dollars worth of minerals a year.

 

Situated at the very center of the Map of Canada, Ontario’s economy thrives on natural resources such as fur, timber and minerals. However, 70% of people in Ontario are employed in the service industry, such as finance, tourism, and culture. For new immigrants, this represents a lot of job opportunities.

 

Big and culturally diverse, no one can feel out of place in Ontario. With a little more than 12 million people covering an area of one million square kilometres, there is space for everyone. Over 200 nationalities are represented in Ontario, speaking more than 130 languages.

 

For the best job listings in Ontario click here.

 

Do you want to live and work in Ontario Canada? Let us be the vehicle that drives you to your dreams of a better life. Apply here to see if you qualify for Ontario immigration.

 

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