Leading advocates and head of main organizations has provided outline for northern Ontario immigration for its future vision. They have suggested that there is demand of middle skilled labour in Ontario’s northern regions.
As per Charles Cirtwell, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Northern Policy Institute, stated that the pilot immigration must reflect the fact that the labour needs is smaller & rural and urban communities have different demand. He also added that the labour demand varies from community to community.
The National Occupation Classification (NOC) has listed down 30.000 occupations according to skill level and type. The skill levels of C and D have semi-skilled and low skilled occupations in different categories.
Demand of 1500 newcomer immigrants per year
According to Charles Cirtwell, various regions of Northern Ontario require atleast 1500 newcomer immigrants to have a sustainable mix of working age population. But there is a assumption in this figure, which is that there is a full employment among current residents including the indiginious people of Northern Ontario.
There would be an equal distribution of benefits of pilot program amongst all the regions and it shouldn’t be restricted to Northern Ontario’s “Big Five” communities — North Bay, Sudbury, Timmins, Thunder Bay, and Sault Ste.
Other key point mentioned is duration of the project and proper monitoring of the pilot program. A minimum of 4 to 5 years of time would be required in order to track the correct measurement of the program.
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