Toronto will appeal to immigrants even after the pandemic is past us.
More often than not, immigrants develop an affinity for particular communities on the basis of job availability, community standards, and infrastructures like housing, transportation, and education. According to the Conference Board of Canada, immigrants in Toronto prioritize community, jobs, and family ties.
Toronto has a developing technology sector that is catering to the demands of modern industries. Immigrants can avail multiple pathways if they want to secure Canadian permanent residence as skilled foreign tech workers. It is easy to submit a profile under the Express Entry system.
As the capital city of Ontario, Toronto allows foreigners in tech to become a part of the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) Tech Draws.
Non-tech workers will have the advantage of a diversified service-oriented economy that offers plenty of opportunities.
More than 100,000 immigrants arrive in Toronto every year. Toronto is easily one of the world’s biggest multicultural centers. It happens to be the most populated city in Canada, and almost half of its residents are foreign-born. Last year, the GTA housed almost 118,000 immigrants, which was one-third of the total number of immigrants to arrive in Canada. More immigrants chose Toronto in 2019 than the three territories, the four Atlantic Provinces, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba combined.
Immigrants in Toronto have access to about 200 settlement support locations. The organizations deal with support for housing, health, and language training. Women and specific nationalities or religions can use tailored supports.
The cost of living in Toronto is high but totally worth the host of advantages offered by the city to new immigrants. There are multiple public transportation methods available to everyone. The city houses two airports (Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport; Toronto Pearson International Airport), six universities and four colleges.