Population In Canada

What will the population be like in 2050?


in 2050 there will be allot of more old people in Canada so the Canadian government, will have to make more retirement homes and hospitals e.c.t. Which also means there will be more jobs for people to work and not be homeless. This also mean Canada's population will increase. Also people will live longer lives


You never know, but maybe in the future there will be a new technology that might help a lot of people with finances, healthcare, recreation and a lot more.
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Canada is a home to Aboriginals, immigrants, and the general population itself.According to the 2012 population census made by Statistics Canada, there are 1,400,685 Aboriginals. In present day Canada, the population of Canadian Aboriginals is increasing by 7% each year. This amount tripled from the year in 1996. The natural increase rate. This is created by the high birth rate of 60 babies born per 1,000 people, and the low death rate of 5 per 1,000 people.Aboriginal women usually have around 2.6 children in their lifetime (between the ages of 15 and 44), Because of this higher fertility rate in comparison to the the Canadian rate of 1.8, the Aboriginal growing much more faster.Infant mortality is about 20% higher than the other inhabitants in Canada. Per 1000 births a year, 18.9 aboriginal babies die. Because of this high infant mortality rate, families want more children so there will be a higher chances of some of them living.


The net migration rate is the difference between the number of people coming and leaving a country in one year. Canada is in 11th place for countries with highest net migration rate (source: Wikipedia) of 5.65 migrants per 1000 people circa 2012.

immigrants tend to choose to live in a CMA city, (cities with over 100,000 inhabitants), such as Toronto, Vancouver, or Montreal. About 70% of immigrants choose to live in these metropolitan areas. Metropolitan areas have more diversity of other cultures and there are more jobs available.

According to Statistics Canada, the average individual immigrant would make around $32, 498 per year. while the average foreign Canadian makes around $45.400 a year. About 60% of immigrants are likely to work in labor jobs when they first come to Canada. Usually there is more unemployment for immigrants in comparison to foreigners because there are more language barriers.