Ontarians on the Move, 2021 Edition. #11 — Ontario’s boom in non-permanent residents starts at colleges and universites.

Statcan’s migration series compare July 1 between years. For the purposes of this article, 2010–15 will refer to “July 1, 2010 — July 1, 2015” and 2015–20 will refer to “July 1, 2015-July 1, 2020”. Source: Statistics Canada.
Statcan’s migration series compare July 1 between years. For the purposes of this article, 2010–15 will refer to “July 1, 2010 — July 1, 2015” and 2015–20 will refer to “July 1, 2015-July 1, 2020”. Source: Statistics Canada.
Sources: Student Permit Data and International Mobility Permit Data.

Temporary Foreign Worker Permit Holders

Study Permit Holders

Temporary Foreign Worker Permit Holders

This is a long one, as their are quite a few different categories:

  1. International students and their spouses
  2. PGWPP holders and Post Doctoral fellows (that is, international students that are now non-permanent residents working in Canada)
  3. Every other non-permanent resident

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Mike Moffatt

Mike Moffatt

Senior Director, Smart Prosperity. Assistant Prof, Ivey Business School. Exhausted but happy Dad of 2 wonderful kids with autism. I used to do other stuff.