Canada and India in 2065

Monica Chahal

Canada- Fun Facts

  • is the world's most educated country: over half its residents have college degrees.
  • second largest country in the world, right after Russia.
  • Large parts of Canada have less gravity than the rest of Earth.
  • Cn Tower in Toronto is the 6th tallest free standing structure in the world.

India- Fun Facts

  • India is the seventh largest country by total area.

  • India has the second largest population in the world. Over 1.2 billion people.

  • Many different languages are spoken in India. The main ones are Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Punjabi, and Urdu.

  • Taj Mahal in India is the one of the seven wonders of the world.

  • The population density in India is 386 people per Km2.

Statistics of Canada and India in 2015

  • Population of Canada right now is 35.871.000, where as India's population is 1.282.390.303.
  • Rank of Canada right now is #37, where as India's rank is #2.
  • Birth rate of Canada is 10.29 births/1000 pop, where as India's is 19.89 births/1000 pop.
  • Death rate of Canada is 8.31 deaths/1000 pop, where as India's is 7.35 deaths/1000 pop.
  • Fertility rate of Canada is 1.59 per woman, where as India's is 2.50 per woman.
  • Life expectancy rate of Canada is 87.67 years, where as India's is 67.8 years.
  • Natural increase rate of Canada is 0.4%, where as India's is 1.5%.

Statistics of Canada and India in 2065

  • Population of Canada in 2065 will be 47.941.000, where as India's population will be 1.644.749.000
  • Rank of Canada will be #36, where as India's rank will be #1.
  • Birth rate of Canada in 2065 will be 10.07 births/1000 pop and India's will be 19.95/1000 pop.
  • Death rate of Canada in 2065 will be 10 deaths/1000 pop and India's will be 7.50 deaths/1000 pop.
  • Fertility rate of Canada in 2065 will be 1.87 per woman and India's will be 3.02.
  • Life expectancy rate of Canada in 2065 will be 88.0 years and India's will be 74.8 years.
  • Natural increase rate of Canada in 2065 will be 0.6% and India's will be 1.10%.

Canada's Immigration in 2015 vs 2065

Immigration to Canada is a process by which people migrate to Canada to reside in the country. Majority of these people become Canadian citizens. In Canada there are four categories of immigrants: family class (close relatives living in Canada), economic immigrants (skilled workers or business people), other (people accepted as immigrants for compassionate reasons) and refugees (people who are escaping war, persecution, or natural disaster). Canada's majority population is immigrants from other countries such as China, India, and Philippines. Without Canada's immigration policy the natural increase rate will not be enough to sustain economic growth.I believe, there will be more job opportunity's and immigrants in the year of 2065 due to immigrants migrating to Canada.

India's Immigration in 2015 vs 2065

The rate of immigrants is very low due to push factors over pull factors. For example, India's population is increasing at a rapid rate, so there's less space for living. The health care system is not very efficient and the lack of jobs may draw the immigrants away. I believe, there will be more jobs and immigrants in the year of 2065 because India is still a developing country.

Push and Pull factors of Canada

Push Factors

  • harsh weather
  • high taxes
  • low pay for doctors
  • climate is extremely cold
  • poor living conditions

Pull Factors

  • free health care
  • good education
  • job opportunities
  • democratic government
  • multiculturalism
  • low crime rate
  • high standard of living

Push and Pull Factors of India

Push Factors
  • lack of jobs
  • poor health care
  • poor living conditions
  • natural disaster
  • terrorism
  • high in crime


Pull Factors
  • different religions
  • more wealth
  • political and religious freedom
  • housing is cheaper
  • many tourist attraction
  • nice weather
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