Canada in 2035

Introduction of Canada

Canada has been home for thousands and thousands of immigrants for the past years, because of it's education and for it's freedom, and also for your rights to be heard, but this question will be asked a lot among the immigrants. will Canada attract immigrants or make immigrants leave? Will Canada be the best city to live in? why? or why not? Let's find out!

immigrants still coming to Canada in 2035? And how will Canada look like in 2035? who will Canada attract as Immigrants?

in my opinion Canada will be a desired location for immigrants because Canada has an amazing education and thousands and thousands of people want to step a foot in Canada each day. People around the world think Canada is a desired location because a lot of other countries don't have freedom of speech, and this is an important issue because you would want your rights to be heard and if you come to Canada you made the right choice. Every year since 1994, Canada has been voted the best country to live in. Also It is probably one of the safest countries on this planet. Even in the larger cities, the level of security one feels is considerably higher than cities in the U.S., U.K. and other country .Another thing is that Canada is so multicultural so it will be easy to get along with people and for your kids to know more people. So if you want a safer and a better life to your children, good education, and want your rights to be heard then Canada is the number one place for you and your kids.

obviously a Country like Canada would want skilled immigrants so they can raise the economy, when I say skilled immigrants i mean immigrants with a good education and can speak English properly. if you have both then it will be easier to get a job and fit in the community.

in 2035 a lot of thing are going to change like the number of immigrants coming in, the climate even the population, And if you knew, Canada is currently in stage 4 of the population pyramid, what that means is Canada has low birth rate and low death rate, that means older people and less babies, therefore there will be low birth rate, So in 2035 I think that Canada's population will increase because of the babies getting born every day.

My next point will be about the first nation, a question that a lot people are asking now a days is; what will the first nation face in the future, in my opinion the first nation won't face anything in the future because right now the first nation are getting their rights heard, in know that because they get tax money, what that means is that when we pay tax, a portion of what we pay goes to the first nation, and also first nations are so lucky because they don't pay tax either, since the canadian government didn't give the first nation their rights from the beginning, the government is actually giving something back to the first nation by not letting pay tax, and giving them money.

interactions in physical environment

Canada's climate depends on 6 factors

  • latitude: Depending on how close or how far it is to the equator.
  • ocean currents: They have different temperatures. Warm ocean currents warm the air above it.t. Cold ocean currents cool the air above it.
  • wind and Air masses. Heated ground causes air to rise which results in lower air pressure. As it rises it cools and descends to the ground resulting in high air pressure. This cycle repeats which creates wind.
  • elevation:The higher up you are, the colder and more wet it will be.
  • Relief: As air is forced to rise over a piece of land (a mountain) the temperature decreases and condensation increases. As it condensates water droplets get bigger and heavier and are forced to fall.
  • Nearness to Water: heats up and cools down slower than land does, having a moderating effect. On colder days, the water heats up the land, whereas on hotter days, the land is cooled down by the water. These areas also experience more precipitation.

Canada's physical region is divided into 6 different parts, the canadian shield, interior plains, the appalachian mountains, st. lawrence lowlands, the cordelia, the canadian arctic. all those 6 regions have different climate and different landscape. As world temperatures and sea levels rise, the effects of global warming will be felt most acutely in Canada and other countries far from the equator. when global warming occurs, all the ice and snow in the colder areas in Canada will melt this will be a huge problem because it will cause floods all around Canada. climate change dosen't only have impacts on a country, it also has an impact on our children, Climate change also threatens the health of our children and grandchildren through increased disease, freshwater shortages, worsened smog and more. These impacts also pose incalculable economic risks that far outweigh the economic risks of taking action today.

Morgan Freeman's Powerful Climate Change Short Film

Managing Canada's resources

since alberta had found a lot of oil sands lately, a lot of people will say that oil sands are canada's most important resource, but canadians had another opinion, canadians had actually chosen water to be the most important resource, and in the future it will be the same thing, since a lot of countries will be fighting for water canada now has an advantage because canada has a lot of water. i think Canada will manage water in a sustainable manner by not wasting the water and at the same time not over using it, if Canada can do both those things we can ensure water to our future generation.

Canada will be connected to the world because canada does global trading, we import stuff we have a lot of, and we export stuff we don't have, canada can be connected to the world by trading, since a lot of countries will be looking for water, it's canada's chance to be connected to the water by importing water to other country by that canada can connect globally and globalization.

WATER our most precious resource

livabale communities

As of 2015, canadians are spread throughout canada, but a big portion of them live in Toronto, Ontario No surprise here. Toronto is the seventh most populated city in North America and Canada's economic capital. Toronto's leading economic sectors include finance, business services, telecommunications, aerospace, transportation, media, arts, film, television production, publishing, software production, medical research, education, tourism, engineering/construction, and sports industries. some stats facts are

  • Population 4,753,120
  • 7th largest city in North America
  • Canada’s economic capital
  • Centre for education, media, IT, telecommunication and publishing
  • Home of the Toronto Stock Exchange
Toronto - Capital of Province of Ontario, Canada

urban sprawl

urban sprawl is causing people to be more car-dependent, what that means is that we tend to use our cars because schools, shopping malls and even hospitals. those buildings are build on green lands, and that's why people are using cars are more often to transport , and obviously in 2035 this issue won't change because there is a lot of construction and building going on.. that's why i have some tips on how to stop urban sprawl

  • if you are buying a new house try picking it close to shopping malls and schools so that you don't have to ride your car more often and you will also save the environment at the same time!
  • if you already have a house and you are trying to go somewhere, you can park your car near your destination and walk the rest to also help save the environment.

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A green and sustainable city

Everyone would want a green city,but unfortunately we can't have that now a days. With all the construction going on, and all the cars releasing toxic chemicals chemicals into the air. A green city would be a city with no pollution or cars, and in Canada we can't have a green city because as i said thousands and thousands of people use their cars each day for transportation and those toxic chemicals in the wont make a city green or sustainable.
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In conclusion, Canada will be one of the bexst city to live in in 2035 because of it's education and a way of life, immigrants will be coming to canada, and the government of Canada will give the first nations thier rights, the number 1 resource in Canada will be water.