Canada 2040 Assignment
What will canada be like in 2040 compared to now?
In my perspective, I see the health care, government, population growth, and jobs changing rapidly. The population growth will have most likely have rapidly grown from 7 to 9 billion people on earth. and Their are currently 43.041.000 million people in Canada. By 2040 I predict there will almost be 80 million in Canada. "If just 10% of Canadian adults sat less, it would reduce Canada's health-care costs by $2.6 billion by 2040" quotes Torontosun.com. if you would like to find out more information about the Canadian government in 2040, please visit: https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/standard-acquisition-clauses-and-conditions-manual/3/2040/6 .
Current Immigration, Demographic, and First Nations situation in Canada.
The Current State Of Canadian immigration Policy: "According to the 1870-71 census, Canada's total population was 3.6 million. In addition to native peoples (about 136 000 in 1851) the 2 largest groups were the French (1 million) and the British (2.1 million). Excepting the Germans (203 000), other groups (Dutch, American blacks, Swiss, Italians, Spanish, Portuguese) were much smaller. During the next century, about 9.3 million people immigrated to Canada and, although many went on to the US or eventually returned to their native lands, by 1996 Canada's population had surpassed 29 million."
Demographic: "The health status of youth aged 12 to 19 years often differs from that of young adults aged 20 to 29 years. Similarly, the health status of young men often differs from that of young women. For these reasons, when relevant and when data are available, this report compares both sexes and age groups.
Over the past 35 years, the proportion of the Canadian population aged 12 to 29 years has decreased. According to the 2006 Census, of the entire population of 31.6 million, 7.5 million Canadians (24%) were between the ages of 12 and 29 years, down from 33% in 1971. Of those 7.5 million, 46% were youth and 54% were young adults"
Aboriginals (First Nations): 100 or more years ago in winnipeg manitou there ar3e 68,000.25% of the urban aboriginals are under 15 years. When we reach 2040 i predict, that most of the native will move to urban areas of canada so they can get a better education.