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Canada In 2050

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ayyan mir

on 27 January 2017

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Canada In 2050

Right now, 1 in 5 of all Canadians were born in a different country outside of Canada. Almost every year Canada receives about 250 thousand new immigrants. By this you can tell that Canada relies mostly on Immigrants, this has been since the early 1600's. Currently Canada is looking for young workers that are skilled and ready for work. Because the working age in Canada is growing short in terms of population. So there is a labor deficit. Which is basically saying that there is not enough people in the working industry.
n Canada, there was 381,869 births in 2012, of which 196,446 (51.4%) were male and 185,423 (48.6%) female. The majority of births in Canada were births of a single child. Multiple births meant for a greater proportion of live births in 2012 than they did in 1992 (3.2% compared to 2.1%). In general, the percent of births with more than one child has increased since 1992, therefore the births of having a single child have decreased over the 21 years.
Since the start of the last century, the life expectancy of Canada's population has grown a lot. Between the years of 1926 and 2005, males gained an extra 20.0 years of life, and females have gained 22.7 years.
Recently, the contribution of natural increase to the growth in population has decreased as the Canadian population aged and fertility rates declined. Today, natural increase accounts for less than 1/3 of Canada's population growth. On the other hand, migratory increase is increasing in Canada's population growth. Migratory increase currently accounts for 2/3 of Canada's population growth.
A Prediction for Canadian Immigration
In this video it shows a trend in the Canadian population because it talks how the Canadian population is becoming more diverse. In the video it says that 7.5million babies were not born but they were brought to Canada. which is a pull because its shows people all around the world how diverse is as a country. Currently one and a half people in canada were not born here and the canadian immigration system says by 2031 one fourth/ 25 percent of the Canadians will be born from another country.
The first nations populations in their territories aren't as good as the non aboriginals. ( us )The first nations in their territories have a very high suicide rate, low employment rate and a low quality in life. Many first nations have migrated from their territories for a better future, they moved down south to like Ontario,Alberta, and Quebec etc.. but many still live in thier territories.
A Prediction for Canadian Aboriginal Population
From 2001-2011, Canada's birth rate had stayed around 10-11 births/100population. However Canada has a bloated birth rate because the 3 territories and their high fertility rate. All of the sudden more and more aboriginals are moving to the more urban provinces like Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia. In a recent census it showed that 22 percent of the aboriginals moved into ontario only, and 58 percent of the aboriginals moved to the western provinces. For the aboriginals moving to more urbanized provinces was a great decision because it brings a lot of opportunities for them such as better jobs, better health care and education. Aboriginals moving to more urbanized provinces could decrease birth rates because these opportunities that are being shown and given to them will occupy them and they'll more be busy, which means they would focus on things like work and school rather than getting married or having kids. i predict that our birth rate could decrease if the aboriginals continue to come to urbanized provinces, The birth rate could drop to 8-9births/1000 populations. I also think the Canadian death rate can drop too 5-6 death/1000populations because as the populations increase in urbanized provinces so things like health care, employment and education will grown them. The health care, education and the employment rate will increase too because as more people come in the population will increase and we will have too take care of more people, more parents will come looking for jobs and kids will come along looking to get education and we wont be able to squeeze everyone in one area, we will have to develop more schools, jobs and hospitals/clinics. Now that people will get A opportunity with a good job and pay, they'll be able provide such things like food and healthcare which will benefit their lives.

In the coming years, the growth is expected to continue to increase. Canada could have about 42.5 million people living here by the year 2056. Canada's population is also expected to decrease because of the lack in in natural increase. Therefore, migratory increase still remains the key point of population growth for the next 50 years. Parents are choosing to have less children or even deciding to have children later on in life. No one really has the urge to have children in Canada. The reason behind this is people in Canada have a good education and also access to world class healthcare. Another reason is also that the government is insufficiently providing financial support for new parents. Canada's current birth rate is 1.63. In the future there would probably be more retired citizens than adults. Basically this means that, in 2050 Canada will have a slower growing population, around at least 40 million people in the country, a birth rate of 1.0 per fertile female.

By: Ayyan Mir
Hi, my name is Ayyan and today I will be telling you how Canada will look like in 2050. I will be going over the immigration, demographics, birth trends, death trends, natural increase, immigration trends and more. I will also be telling you about the first nations and how my life will look in that time.

In conclusion, Canada will be very different in 2050 than how it is right now. We will have a greater population due to immigrants that will come from all around the world, aboriginal people will be more known and lots more. This will end my presentation.
First nations
First Nations
The aboriginal people had an identity of 1,00,685 people in 2011. This represents a total of 4.3% of Canada's total population. In 2006, aboriginal people accounted for at least 3.8% of the total population, 3.3% in 2001 and 2.8 in 1996.
Canadian Birth Trends,Death trends , Natural Increase,
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