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New Ontario PNP Draw Issued 2,104 Notifications for Health Occupations

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New Ontario PNP Draw

Ontario, a key Canadian province, held its latest draw under the Ontario PNP-Express Entry-Human Capital Priorities (HCP) Stream on March 7, 2024. This targeted draw specifically addressed candidates with expertise in Health Occupations, issuing a substantial 2,104 Notifications of Interest (NOIs).

Let’s delve into the intricacies of this recent Ontario immigration draw and explore the opportunities it presents for aspiring candidates.

Ontario PNP Draw Highlights – 7 March 2024

The latest draw under the Express Entry-HCP stream showcased the province’s commitment to attracting skilled workers in the health sector. The OINP extended invitations to 2,104 candidates with Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) scores ranging between 352 and 421.

DateNOIs IssuedCRS ScoreProfiles CreatedDraw Type
March 7, 20242,104352-421March 7, 2023 – March 7, 2024Targeted Draw – Health Occupations

Eligibility Criteria

Applicants fortunate enough to receive a Notification of Interest met specific criteria. The draw focused on candidates with minimum CRS scores falling within the 352-421 range, coupled with work experience in various health jobs and occupations.

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The following National Occupational Classification (NOC) codes were specifically targeted:

NOC 30010 Managers in healthcare

NOC 31100 – NOC 31103 includes Specialists in clinical and laboratory medicine, Specialists in surgery, General practitioners and family physicians, and Veterinarians

NOC 31110 – NOC 31112 involves Dentists, Optometrists, and Audiologists and speech-language pathologists

NOC 31120 – NOC 31121 includes Pharmacists, and Dietitians and nutritionists


NOC 31200 – NOC 31204 involves Psychologists, Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, Occupational therapists, Kinesiologists, and other professional occupations in therapy and assessment

NOC 31209 – NOC 31303 includes Other professional occupations in health diagnosing and treating, Nursing coordinators and supervisors, Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses, Nurse practitioners, Physician assistants, midwives, and allied health professionals

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NOC 32100 – NOC 32103 hold key occupations like Opticians, Licensed practical nurses, Paramedical occupations, Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists, and cardiopulmonary technologists

OINP Invitations in 2024

Ontario continues to stand out as one of Canada’s most consistent Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP). In 2024, the OINP has issued NOIs through various streams:

  • Human Capital Priorities stream: 6,308 NOIs
  • French-speaking skilled Worker stream: 984 NOIs
  • Skilled Trades stream: 5,135 NOIs

Ontario Job Market

The employment trends in Ontario have witnessed positive changes, with the provincial government making it illegal for employers to demand Canadian work experience in job advertisements. Additionally, job postings must now include salary information, providing transparency for potential applicants.

For newcomers seeking jobs in Ontario, understanding in-demand skills is paramount. These skills reflect labor gaps in the job market and play a crucial role in the Provincial Nominee Program’s selection process.


Statistics Canada reveals that newcomers often face challenges due to a lack of networks, professional references, and Canadian job experience. Building a network, even before arriving in Canada, is now possible through online platforms like LinkedIn. Engaging with professional groups on social media provides additional avenues for networking.

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Moreover, engaging in offline networking provides valuable opportunities for career advancement. Attend dedicated networking events where professionals gather to share insights and build connections. Job fairs offer a direct interface with potential employers, allowing you to explore diverse career paths. Professional conferences serve as knowledge hubs, fostering interactions with industry experts and peers.

As Ontario continues to be a mainstream or skilled immigrants, knowing the evolving landscape requires a strategic approach. By staying abreast of the latest Ontario PNP draws, changes in legislation, job market demands, and networking opportunities, newcomers can carve a successful path toward permanent residence.

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