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Ontario’s OINP Draws: A Comprehensive Overview of June 20, 2023

Ontario, one of Canada’s most populous provinces, has always been a magnet for immigrants due to its robust economy, diverse culture, and numerous opportunities. The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) is a significant pathway for skilled workers to secure permanent residency (PR) in Canada. On June 20, 2023, Ontario held three new OINP draws, issuing 1,000 invitations to apply (ITAs) for PR. This article provides a detailed analysis of these draws and the opportunities they present for potential immigrants.

A Snapshot of the June 20, 2023 OINP Draws

The OINP draws held on June 20, 2023, targeted profiles in 54 skilled trades occupations, 42 healthcare-related occupations, and 22 in-demand occupations. The draws considered Expression of Interest (EOI) profiles created with Ontario PNP between November 22, 2022, and June 20, 2023. Here’s a quick summary of the draws:

  • Foreign Worker stream: 426 invitations with scores of 36 and above, targeting 54 skilled trades occupations.
  • Foreign Worker stream: 318 invitations with scores of 33 and above, targeting 42 healthcare-related occupations.
  • In-Demand Skills stream: 256 invitations with scores of 26 and above, targeting 22 in-demand TEER 4 or 5 (NOC C or D) occupations.

Detailed List of Invited Occupations

Skilled Trades Occupations

The OINP draw for skilled trades occupations included a wide range of professions, from drafting technologists and technicians to power engineers and power systems operators. The full list of invited occupations is extensive, reflecting the diverse opportunities available in Ontario’s robust economy.

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Healthcare-Related Occupations

The healthcare sector is a critical component of Ontario’s economy, and the province is continually seeking skilled professionals in this field. The OINP draw for healthcare-related occupations included professions ranging from managers in health care to other assisting occupations in support of health services.

In-Demand Skills Stream Occupations

The In-Demand Skills stream targets specific occupations that are experiencing a shortage of skilled workers in Ontario. The occupations eligible under this stream vary from home support workers and caregivers to process control and machine operators in food and beverage processing.

2023 OINP Draws: A Year in Review

The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) has issued a total of 7,107 ITAs for PR in 2023. The distribution across different streams is as follows:

  • Employer Job Offer: Foreign Worker stream: 2,525 ITAs
  • Employer Job Offer: International Student stream: 2,110 ITAs
  • Employer Job Offer: In-Demand Skills stream: 551 ITAs
  • Masters Graduate stream: 2,619 ITAs
  • PhD Graduate stream: 265 ITAs
  • Entrepreneur stream: 37 ITAs
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Detailed Breakdown of Invited Occupations in the Skilled Trades Stream

The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) draw on June 20, 2023, targeted a wide array of occupations in the Skilled Trades stream. The following professions were invited, with a cutoff score of 36 and above:

Technologists and Technicians

  • Drafting Technologists and Technicians (NOC 22212)
  • User Support Technicians (NOC 22221)
  • Information Systems Testing Technicians (NOC 22222)
  • Mechanical Engineering Technologists and Technicians (NOC 22301)
  • Industrial Engineering and Manufacturing Technologists and Technicians (NOC 22302)
  • Electronic Service Technicians (Household and Business Equipment) (NOC 22311)
  • Industrial Instrument Technicians and Mechanics (NOC 22312)

Contractors and Supervisors

  • Contractors and Supervisors in Machining, Metal Forming, Shaping and Erecting Trades and Related Occupations (NOC 72010)
  • Contractors and Supervisors in Electrical Trades and Telecommunications Occupations (NOC 72011)
  • Contractors and Supervisors in Pipefitting Trades (NOC 72012)
  • Contractors and Supervisors in Carpentry Trades (NOC 72013)
  • Contractors and Supervisors in Other Construction Trades, Installers, Repairers and Servicers (NOC 72014)
  • Contractors and Supervisors in Mechanic Trades (NOC 72020)
  • Contractors and Supervisors in Heavy Equipment Operator Crews (NOC 72021)
  • Supervisors in Printing and Related Occupations (NOC 72022)
  • Supervisors in Motor Transport and Other Ground Transit Operators (NOC 72024)

Metal Workers and Electricians

  • Tool and Die Makers (NOC 72101)
  • Sheet Metal Workers (NOC 72102)
  • Boilermakers (NOC 72103)
  • Structural Metal and Platework Fabricators and Fitters (NOC 72104)
  • Ironworkers (NOC 72105)
  • Welders and Related Machine Operators (NOC 72106)
  • Electricians (Except Industrial and Power System) (NOC 72200)
  • Industrial Electricians (NOC 72201)
  • Electrical Power Line and Cable Workers (NOC 72203)
  • Telecommunications Line and Cable Installers and Repairers (NOC 72204)

Construction and Maintenance Workers

  • Plumbers (NOC 72300)
  • Steamfitters, Pipefitters and Sprinkler System Installers (NOC 72301)
  • Carpenters (NOC 72310)
  • Bricklayers (NOC 72320)
  • Insulators (NOC 72321)
  • Construction Millwrights and Industrial Mechanics (NOC 72400)
  • Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanics (NOC 72401)
  • Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanics (NOC 72402)
  • Railway Carmen/Women (NOC 72403)
  • Aircraft Mechanics and Aircraft Inspectors (NOC 72404)
  • Elevator Constructors and Mechanics (NOC 72406)
  • Automotive Service Technicians, Truck and Bus Mechanics and Mechanical Repairers (NOC 72410)
  • Electrical Mechanics (NOC 72422)
  • Motorcycle, All-Terrain Vehicle and Other Related Mechanics (NOC 72423)
  • Crane Operators (NOC 72500)
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Other Skilled Trades Occupations

  • Concrete Finishers (NOC 73100)
  • Tilesetters (NOC 73101)
  • Plasterers, Drywall Installers and Finishers and Lathers (NOC73102)
  • Roofers and Shinglers (NOC 73110)
  • Glaziers (NOC 73111)
  • Painters and Decorators (Except Interior Decorators) (NOC 73112)
  • Residential and Commercial Installers and Servicers (NOC 73200)
  • General Building Maintenance Workers and Building Superintendents (NOC 73201)
  • Pest Controllers and Fumigators (NOC 73202)
  • Other Repairers and Servicers (NOC 73209)
  • Heavy Equipment Operators (NOC 73400)
  • Contractors and Supervisors in Landscaping, Grounds Maintenance and Horticulture Services (NOC 82031)
  • Power Engineers and Power Systems Operators (NOC 92100)

Invited Occupations in the Healthcare-Related Stream

The OINP draw also invited a range of occupations in the healthcare-related stream, with a cutoff score of 36 and above. The following professions were included:

Healthcare Managers and Specialists

  • Managers in Health Care (NOC 30010)
  • Specialists in Clinical and Laboratory Medicine (NOC 31100)
  • Specialists in Surgery (NOC 31101)
  • General Practitioners and Family Physicians (NOC 31102)
  • Veterinarians (NOC 31103)

Dental and Optical Professionals

  • Dentists (NOC 31110)
  • Optometrists (NOC 31111)
  • Dental Hygienists and Dental Therapists (NOC 32111)
  • Dental Technologists and Technicians (NOC 32112)
  • Opticians (NOC 32100)

Therapists and Pathologists

  • Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists (NOC 31112)
  • Physiotherapists (NOC 31202)
  • Occupational Therapists (NOC 31203)
  • Kinesiologists and Other Professional Occupations in Therapy and Assessment (NOC 31204)
  • Other Professional Occupations in Health Diagnosing and Treating (NOC 31209)

Nurses and Assistants

  • Nursing Coordinators and Supervisors (NOC 31300)
  • Registered Nurses and Registered Psychiatric Nurses (NOC 31301)
  • Nurse Practitioners (NOC 31302)
  • Physician Assistants, Midwives and Allied Health Professionals (NOC 31303)
  • Licensed Practical Nurses (NOC 32101)
  • Nurse Aides, Orderlies and Patient Service Associates (NOC 33102)

Other Healthcare Occupations

  • Dietitians and Nutritionists (NOC 31121)
  • Chiropractors (NOC 31201)
  • Pharmacists (NOC 31120)
  • Respiratory Therapists, Clinical Perfusionists and Cardiopulmonary Technologists (NOC 32103)
  • Animal Health Technologists and Veterinary Technicians (NOC 32104)
  • Other Technical Occupations in Therapy and Assessment (NOC 32109)
  • Medical Laboratory Assistants and Related Technical Occupations (NOC 33101)
  • Pharmacy Technical Assistants and Pharmacy Assistants (NOC 33103)
  • Other Assisting Occupations in Support of Health Services (NOC 33109)
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Occupations Eligible under OINP In-Demand Skills Stream

The OINP In-Demand Skills Stream targets specific occupations experiencing a shortage of skilled workers in Ontario. The eligible occupations under this stream include:

Inside and Outside the Greater Toronto Area

  • Home Support Workers, Caregivers and Related Occupations (NOC 44101)
  • Meat Cutters and Fishmongers – Retail and Wholesale (NOC 65202)
  • Construction Trades Helpers and Labourers (NOC 75110)
  • Specialized Livestock Workers and Farm Machinery Operators (NOC 84120)
  • Livestock Labourers (NOC 85100)
  • Harvesting Labourers (NOC 85101)
  • Nursery and Greenhouse Labourers (NOC 85103)
  • Industrial Butchers and Meat Cutters, Poultry Preparers and Related Workers (NOC 94141)

Outside the Greater Toronto Area (City of Toronto, Durham, Halton, York and Peel Regions)

  • Machine Operators, Mineral and Metal Processing (NOC 94100)
  • Metalworking and Forging Machine Operators (NOC 94105)
  • Machining Tool Operators (NOC 94106)
  • Machine Operators of Other Metal Products (NOC 94107)
  • Chemical Plant Machine Operators (NOC 94110)
  • Plastics Processing Machine Operators (NOC 94111)
  • Woodworking Machine Operators (NOC 94124)
  • Industrial Sewing Machine Operators (NOC 94132)
  • Process Control and Machine Operators, Food and Beverage Processing (NOC 94140)
  • Electronics Assemblers, Fabricators, Inspectors and Testers (NOC 94201)
  • Mechanical Assemblers and Inspectors (NOC 94204)
  • Industrial Painters, Coaters and Metal Finishing Process Operators (NOC 94213)
  • Other Products Assemblers, Finishers and Inspectors (NOC 94219)
  • Labourers in Chemical Products Processing and Utilities (NOC 95102)

Ontario PNP Quota for 2023

The Ontario PNP quota for 2023 is set at 16,500, marking a significant increase of approximately 70% from the 2022 quota of 9,750 and the 2021 quota of 9,000. This allocation represents 36 percent of the total number of provincial nominations across different Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) in Canada.

Conclusion

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The OINP draws held on June 20, 2023, underscore Ontario’s commitment to attracting skilled workers to contribute to its economy. With a diverse range of occupations targeted and a significant increasein the PNP quota, Ontario continues to be a promising destination for potential immigrants. Whether you’re a skilled tradesperson, a healthcare professional, or a worker in an in-demand occupation, the OINP offers a pathway to permanent residency in Canada. As the province continues to grow and diversify, the opportunities for skilled immigrants are set to expand even further.

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