IDENTIFY CANADA IN 2040!!

THE FUTURE WILL BE SHOWN

THE FUTURE PREDICTION

This Smore is going to be talking about the future! Explaining the changes and difference's between now 2015 and 25 years later 2040. A lot of things will be changed including the Canadian demography. As we talk about population, immigration, birth rates, death rates and a lot more different statistics. keep reading and enjoy the future!

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Population

The current population of Canada is 35, 540, 400 in 2015, it has increased 1.1% over the past year continuing like it has been for the past 30 years. the monthly growth rate is 0.4%. The female population is more greater then the male, according to Canada's population 50.45% are females and 49.70% are male.

2015 STATISTIC'S----- CANADA

Population Growth: 79 935 + 196 362 = 276,297 people (757 people daily)

the population has been decreasing and increasing through the past years.

Growth rate: The growth rate is about 1.13% in this current year

Natural increase rate: 357 274 - 277 339= 79,935 people which is about 2.2%

Net Migration: about 196 362

Median Age: the median age in 2015 is approximately 40

Fertility Rate: 1.66 children per woman (1.7)

Population Density: The current population density in 2015 is approximately 3.44 people per square kilometer.

2015 BIRTH RATE

Canada's current 2015 birth rate is 10.29 births per 1000 population (2014 est).

Approximately 357 274 birth's during 2013/2014, every 88 seconds a baby is born in Canada which is about 979 baby's born in one day.

2015 Death rate

The current death rate is 7.8 deaths per 1000 people (2014 est).

Approximately 277 339 deaths during 2013/2014, every 114 seconds a person die's in Canada which is about 760 deaths per day.

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Push and pull factors

Canada 2015 Push Factors:

-climate is very cold in winter

-high taxes in most regions


Canada 2015 Pull Factors:

- higher standards of living

- multicultural society

- good education

- good jobs

- freedom where ever you go

-safe community's

- free and good health care

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Canada Population pyramid (2015)

-baby boomers : ages 50-79 (approximately)

-generally low birth rate

-long life expectancy

CANADA 2040!

After looking at Canada's 2014 demography and all the rates, we will be now moving and discussing some statistic's and features of 2040, the future!

Population (2040)

After looking at some statistic's, graph's, and other info, the estimate is that in year 2040 the population of Canada is going to increase to 43,041,000 people. that is a 20% increase form the current population.

2040 Statistics------ Canada

percentage of people 60+: approximately 30% of Canada's population will be 60+

median age: it will slightly increase, according to the statistics there are more people living longer

Fertility rate: according to the women, they have jobs and are trying to make there career which means less babies will be raised and it also means that the fertility rate will decrease.

life expectancy: the life expectancy in 2040 will increase with 8.6% of the population have a 80+ age, which is also known as doubled from 2015 life expectancy.

births: there will be 0.4 less births in Canada during 2040

dependency load: will decrease by 7.7% (67.5 - 59.8)

growth rate: the growth rate approximately will be around 30%

Push and Pull factors! (2040)

2040 Push factors:

- chance of high taxes

- expensive living

-expensive properties

-chance of colder climate

-less jobs

-more population

2040 Pull factors:
-safe living

-good educationg

-health care

-better quality of life

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Population Pyramid (2040)

-Higher population then 2015 (current)

-baby boomers ages about 70+

-longer and more life expectancy

-normal birth rate, not high and not low

Immigrate to Canada!

After looking at all these statistic's and the information, here are SOME ways you can Immigrate to Canada.

- getting your visa

-Refugee

-International adoption

-federal skilled workers

and there are many more ways!!

In conclusion, Canada in 2015 and Canada in 2040 will have a lot of different and surprising things that can affect the economy and also things that can help us.