05 Nov OINP issued 210 NOIs in the French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream
OINP issued 210 NOIs in the French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream
On November 4, 2020, the Ontario Immigration Nominee Program (OINP) held the fourth invitation round in the French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream (FSSW) of the OINP Human Capital Category. In this draw, Ontario invited 210 candidates. The Express Entry score range of invited candidates who received the Notification of Interest from the OINP was between 453 and 470 points. The Express Entry profiles of those candidates were created between November 4, 2019, and November 4, 2020. Last year, Ontario invited 549 candidates in the FSSW and 401 were granted a nomination of the province. In 2020, OINP already invited 902 FSSW candidates.
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New Brunswick again updated the Skilled Worker Stream Guide
On November 4, 2020, the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP) released an updated official guide to the Skilled Worker Stream. The new guide includes some minor updates. In general, the guide repeats the same specific eligibility requirements for Transport Truck Drivers (NOC 7511) as the previous version of the guide.
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Ontario invited 516 skilled trades candidates
On November 4, 2020, Ontario invited 516 candidates in the Skilled Trades Stream of the Ontario Immigration Nominee Program (OINP). All invitees have their profiles created in the Express Entry system between November 4, 2019, and November 4, 2020. The CRS score range of the invited candidates was 436-470. This was the third draw in the OINP Skilled Trades Stream in 2020. Last year, OINP issued 1,399 NOIs in the Skilled Trades Stream and 639 candidates in the stream were nominated to apply for permanent residence. This year Ontario invited 14,420 candidates in the OINP and 1,464 of them in the Skilled Trades Stream.
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Canada must attract more skilled immigrants
According to a recent report by the Business Council of Canada entitled “Powering a Strong Recovery: An Economic Growth Plan for Canada”, the government must double down its efforts on attracting more skilled workers to overcome the impact of an ageing population and boost the national post-COVID recovery plan of the economy. The key priorities for the country after the pandemic must be attracting and retaining international students. This cohort of young foreigners represents a huge opportunity for our nation. Moreover, the report states such graduates with a Canadian education are the ideal immigrants for Canada. In addition, many newcomers bring their entrepreneurial spirit and establish new businesses, which in turn create new jobs and pay taxes.