Canada in 2060!
What Will Canada Look Like in 2060?
Current Immigration, Demography, and First nations in Canada
Currently, Canada's annual intake of immigrants is 250,000. Between 2006 and 2011, around 1,162,900 foreign-born people immigrated to Canada. These recent immigrants made up 17.2% of the foreign-born population and 3.5% of the total population in Canada. Currently Canada is at stage 4 (contracting) in the demographic model with a estimated population of 35.5 million people. The average life span of a female is 83.6 and for males is 79.3. The total fertility rate is currently approximately 2.1 children per women. The birth rate in Canada is 11/1000 people, where the death rate is 8/1000 people which makes the natural increase 3. Canada's population has more median aged citizens than children, in the future this will affect Canada negatively. Lastly, at this moment Canada has given the first nations a tax free life although I believe this is not the biggest and best gift, Canada has still given them something, and they seem to start taking matter into there own hands.
What will the birth and death rate be in 2050? Will the predicted numbers effected us?
Future First Nations Situation
In the future we hope to be able to come in peace and fairness with the aboriginals. Hopefully in the future the aboriginals get treated in the same way as any other Canadian citizen. In collaboration with its negotiation partners, Canada has signed 21 self-government agreements recognizing a wide range of Aboriginal jurisdictions that involve 35 Aboriginal communities across Canada. Of those, 18 are part of a comprehensive land claim agreement (modern treaty). These figures include the Yale Final Agreement and the Tla’amin Final Agreement which have been signed, but are not yet in effect. We predict in the future aboriginals will become more known to the world, they will infact gain some power and peace with these 21 self-government agreements.
Future immigration situation