Canada Immigrating: Charles Cirtwill’s Northern Ontario Jobs

The State Government of North Western Ontario is supportive of creating a new immigration pilot program in order to tackle the labor issues in northern and rural regions of Ontario. The purpose of the pilot program for northern Ontario aims at getting 1,500 foreign workers in every year.

Charles Cirtwill

A group of experts was set up by Northern Policy Institute to deliberate over the matter as to how to promote immigration of pilots to the rural and remote regions of Ontario. The current immigration programs like Manitoba’s Morden Community Driven Immigration Initiative and Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP) contributes towards Ontario Rural and Remote Pilot.

Charles Cirtwill, the CEO and the President of the Northern Policy Institute, briefed that Ontario’s rural region needs a program on same patterns to meet the obstinate deficiency of labor and the falling population.

With the general provincial election already set to come up in June, Charles Cirtwill announces that the next few weeks are going to be crucial for the pilot proposal.  In collaboration with the federal government, Charles Cirtwill plans to propose a model program wherein the employment goal of potential immigrants would meet the skills needed by the communities.

The good part of the news is that the federal government and the northern leaders of the federal side are going through the same initiative process which can prove to be highly favorable in terms of the program for immigration of pilots.  Cirtwill is very hopeful that provincial leaders are going to get through the proposed immigration pilot program.

The Federal Government’s Interest In Immigration Pilot Project

Charles Cirtwill is positive minded that the Canadian Government is willing to work in partnership in Northern Ontario on programs like AIP to bring international candidates with the quality of experience to the field. This program will be formulated to allow employers to hire candidates who are immigrants so as to aid the requirement of the vacant post for models in rural and remote Ontario.

The Government of Canada has shown interest in immigration pilot project. It has planned to make immigration a lot easier so as to inject international talents for the pilot program under Prosperity and Growth Strategy for Northern Ontario. In fact, Navdeep Bains, the Industry, Innovation, and Economic Development Minister of Canada, considers AIP as a model for expanding the number of immigration cases in the rural and remote area of Ontario.

Cirtwill is expecting that federal government would combine separate nomination allotment with Ontario’s annual Provincial Nominee Program quota. He is optimistic that around 1,500 newcomers would settle in Northern Ontario each year for as long as the next five years. Consequentially, he would expand the same to other rural and remote parts of Ontario if the program is successful.

Morden, Manitoba’s Initiative

The initiative taken in 2012 by Manitoba’s Morden was designed in such a way so as to accommodate qualified international staff that can fill the gap of labor needed by the city. The program proved to be helpful for the local community and saw population boost up by 11 % between 2011 and 2016.

Manitoba’s Morden serves as an initiator for Ontario pilot. Cirtwill is positive that Ontario will follow suit. The program needs a lot of drive for the settlement of immigrants in order to correct the shortage of skilled employees in various parts of Ontario.