I haven't looked at the quarterly demographic reports from the Ontario government lately, but the most recent report for the fourth quarter of 2014 is interesting.
Probably most pertinent is that Ontario is still losing people to other provinces even with the price of oil and the Canadian dollar cratering. Ontario lost 2,146 net in the quarter which surprisingly was an increase from 378 for the same quarter in 2013. Although it should be pointed out that in a province with a population over 13 million, that's still a small change. Perhaps in the first quarter there will be a change, although the employment situation in Ontario isn't particularly great right now.
The numbers on immigration and emigration were also interesting: