Cananda in 2060

what will happen to Canada

what to expect in this flyer !

in this flyer you will learn about what will happen in Canada in 2060. What the birth, death, and natural increase rate (and other demographic indicators) will be in 2060. And more.

first nations

Canada has a lot of first nation people but we might not have heard from them, the first nations people are currently rising up and here is some idea of what will happen to canada in 2060 by the next 45 years or so many of the first nations would stand up for there rights and get what they deserve. They'd be able to get what they were promised with.
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population growth

Population growth is the change in size of population between two dates. It is the result of a country's natural increase and its net migration.

The rate of growth in Canada has declined in recent years. Canada's average annual growth rate from 2000 to 2010 was 1.1%. The growth rate is expected to slow even further over the next several decades (0.9% between 2010 and 2060).

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the baby boomers and what will happen

When most boomers were in their teens, there were six Canadians like them, under the age of 20, for every person over 65. TOday there are about three young people for every senior. By 2020, the ratio will be even more frightening. THis will have profound consequences on our entire society. (80)

Demographic changes will have a major impact on the ratio of retirees to workers; the ratio of the number of people ages 65 and over to the number ages 20 to 64 is expected to grow from about 20% in 1997 to 41% in 2060

Close to 42.5 million Canadians in 2060

  • Since 1851, population growth in Canada has been defined by three distinct demographic regimes. From 1851 to 1900, the population grew slowly by a few million. High fertility was offset by very high mortality levels. Then, in the first half of the twentieth century (1901 to 1945), despite the two world wars, the growth rate generally accelerated, notably because of the settlement of Western Canada. Owing to the baby-boom and strong immigration, the second half of the twentieth century saw the Canadian population grow at an even faster pace. During the last 60 years (from 1946 to 2006), Canada's population went from 12.3 million to 32.6 million, an increase of more than 20 million.
  • this growth is expected to continue in the coming decades, and Canada could have 42.5 million inhabitants in 2056, under the medium growth scenario of the latest population projections. However, Canada's population growth is expected to fall off somewhat, mainly because of a decline in natural increase.

Immigration

Canada has always had a unpredictable immigration history, so it will be challenging to predict how it could change. I belive that Canada will not just have an increase in immigration, but depend on it. now, Canada has nearly 5 million people over the age of 65, a number that expected to double to 10 million in 2036. Naturally, people will die off . With this huge amount of baby boomer people, the death rate will increase eventually leading to a natural decrease.
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CANADA 2060.
That was a little reminder of what Canada will look like in the next 45 years .... i will be 59 years old hopefully all the baby boomers will die off and Canada's population will be equal

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