What will Canada look and be like in 2060?
Demographic, First Nations and Immigration situations 2015
Birth rate, death rate, natural increase and population our all part of Canada's demographic.
- The current Population in Canada is around 35,749,600.
- The current birth rate is around 10.28 per 1000 births per woman.
- The death rate is around 8.31 deaths per 1000 of the population.
Many people from all around the world immigrate to Canada. When it comes to immigration we accept almost everyone as long as the meet the basic requirements. Canada has a good reputation when it comes to immigration. Around 250,000 people immigrate to Canada every year.
THE FNMI PEOPLE
There are around 617 First Nations communities in Canada. The lives of the FNMI people have changed over the years. Though, they are still discriminated against. There are a mix of Status and Non status Indians through out Canada. The Indian Act is still being used and continued, though some would like to stop it because it isn't fair.
Canada's Immigration Situation 2060
The graph below shows Canada's immigration growth up to the 1990's. Because it was already growing and is starting to grow even more we can predict for sure that the future for Canada's immigration looks bright.
Canada's Demographic Situation 2060
The graph below shows the change in birth rate from 1988-2008. As you can see it dropped but began to grow again.
What about the natural increase?
Population and population growth
The graph below shows how the population is expected to grow from 2010 all the way to 2060. It also shows that most of the population will be taken up by people from the age of 20-64.
The Indian Act
The video below explain the Indian Act more in depth.