Canada in 2035

Mohammad yunis


In this presentation i will talk about the 4 units that we studied this semester which includes information about Canada's immigration, land form and region climate, resources and industries.


Today we have immigrants from all over the world, and even after 20 years we still need immigrants, immigrants come with their knowledge, which help with our economy, but now also that they come with their culture, like new food, clothes, languages.

In 20 years Canada must attract immigrants with working skills, or immigrants who want jobs to help with community, so basicly it needs people who are going to make some changes in Canada,

our current today (2015) is 35.5 million, in 2035 scientist proved that the population will reach up to 41 million people, but the population will not raise as fast as it was during the past, it will still raise but slowly in those years to come, why? will because our new generation or the generation to come doesn't want to make a family with lots of kids, they want to focus on their dreams more. of course in 2035 the birth rate will decrease from.

but what about our first nations, métis and inuit population face?, the aboriginals believe that they didn't have their rights by giving them their land or resources that were promised to them, and that Canada's factories from oil sands and the pipe line projects which is filled with oil going threw under their forests, which pollutes it, not reminding that they need their forests for resources like food and other needs, so in 20 years from now if Canada does't stop polluting their environment they will be a big problem to solve for Canada.

Interactions in the physical environment

Canada's climate is based on it's location on this earth, Canada is closer to the north, which makes it have a colder weather than most countries in this planet, the different natural resources and climate help canada's sustainability.

In Canada there are 8 main regions, one of them is the the cordillera focuses on forestry, fishing, and mining. the second one is the prairies, which has mild summers and cold winters its main industry is agriculture. the north has very little amount of trees and the temperature is almost always below zero and the region is also very dry. thirdly the canadian shield is a large region so climate varies greatly. the fifth region is the great lakes can be considered a resource of the region, they also have a lot of industries, the sixth region is ST. lawrence river, it is great for tropical to arctic condition. due to its sedimentary soil, it is good for growing plants like crops. seventh region is the atlantic tends to keep temperatures to the mild side, the ocean there affects its climate, the industries are forestry,mining, and fishing. finally we got the appalachian mountains, which are an old region f mountains heavily affected by erosion. those where the 8 regions with their climate and industries in Canada.

climate can affect with the land and the soil in it, also the water in some regions, for example some soils need a specific temperature to grow specific kinds of plants, with high temperature the soil dries as an example, also in some areas with high temperature climate, the water also dries which make a specific area have problems with water.

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Managing Canada's resources and industries.

will Canada's most important resource in 2035 is going to be fresh water, in years many countries will lose the ability of having clean fresh water because of climate change, but saudi arabia is already planning of making a project which cuts icebergs from the north or south and then bring them to drink as clean water. oil,natural gas, minerals also helps us fuel our vehicles, but hopefully in 20 years they use clean energy to run our vehicles.

will if we think how are we going to use those resources in the future more than how are we going to use them now will be way better, we would have better understanding of managing our responsibilities .

Canada gains much of its profit from exports, and most of its trading comes from U.S, but the U.S helped our economy and it made Canada's shape today, Canada has started depending on international trade after ww2

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Livable Communities

Canada is having problems with urban sprawl, also with environmental damage. we are also having trouble with managing our resources and waste.

i don't believe so, because in 20 years from now our technology will be more advanced in a way which will makes us knowledge how to control the expansion of urban areas and car dependant.

we can limit urban sprawl by building our houses outside the city, and just make it a little bit far from malls, stores and schools and many more so we reduce traffic and lots more issues like those.

Canada will properly manage their resources and try to limit urban sprawl in 2035. they should protect every piece of land and soil in the city and should start becoming more eco friendly. and use their resources effectively instead of wasting them.

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in the 2035 Canada will many immigrants from wider regions, but Canada will face problems with aboriginals if they don't solve the problems with them, like polluting their environment and many more, the climate will not change because it is a really short distance of time for anything to change much, trading in Canada will become much greater and will be a great role in Canada's economy, big cities now will face problems in 20 years from now such as urban sprawl.