Final evaluation

Will Canada be the greatest country to live in 2035 ?

introduction

Canada is in the top 5 countries to live in due to its really low crime rate and and pretty low employment rate. i'm going to talk now about how will the country be in 2035 and will it be the best country to live in.

Unit one: Changing populations

Canada is a really desirable place to immigration but in 2035 things might change a bit. Canada will still be accepting immigrants and the amount of immigrants is increasing every year and by 2035 it'll be even more but Canada will face trouble of an aging society where most of the population will be over 50 years old and those people cant have kids. This problem will cause an older society and the population might decrease rather than increase. Canada has lots of oil that is expected to run out in 2035 but with the increase in oil mining it might start running out by 2035 which will put Canada's economy down and needing money which might be an issue for immigrants. Canada will be attracting lots of immigrants but mostly skilled workers because they're needed in Canada for new jobs and jobs that there is a short of workers in. Canada will also attract refugees since they help them for a year when they come and they don't need points. First nations and metis will also face issues in the future due to oil drilling since we're drilling in there land which affects them.

Unit two: interactions in the physical enviroment

Canada mostly have the weather it has because its in the northern hemisphere which makes the country really cold in winter but also warm in summer. Canada also snows a lot in most of the places for example in Toronto the average snow depth in January is 7 mm. Precipitation also plays a big role in Canada's weather. With 831.1 mm precipitation yearly that's quite much and those are the main reasons Canada has the weather it has. Canada's vegetation regions are mostly Boreal forest and Tundra. The Boreal forest are mostly trees that are big and tall but they do get countdown for wood. Tundra's regions are mostly just vast areas of small tress that cant go grow because of the weather and the short season of summer. Climate change will affect the physical environment by many ways, ice will start melting winter wont be as cold many animals will die and also many ocean animals will die because of adaptability and summer will get warmer which will also cause its fair of trouble

Unit three: Managing canada's resources & industries

Canada's most important resource will be oil and forestry since they wont run out except after 2050 so till then Canada's most important resource will stay the same.

Canada's trying to use trees in a sustainable way by planting 2 trees to each tree they cut down but its not enough if they want to manage their resources in a sustainable way they should cut less tress and make sure the trees they plant grow. Oil is also one of Canada's sustainable resource but Canada is using so much for money by doubling amounts and having more pipelines. If Canada wants to use it in more sustainable way they need to trade less amount. Canada is in the top 5 of the most trading countries with most of its products are trades with USA with 73% and still going up mostly with oil. Canada trades with other countries but not as much as USA its followed by China with 9%. Canada benefits from trading with USA in many ways which is good for both countries.

Unit four: Liveable communities

Canada's cities are mostly facing a huge amount of debt of about 57 Billion dollars which is a huge amount and its not getting any better its only getting worse that by 2027 it could reach more than 110 billion dollars. If Canada doesn't start paying its debt it will face huge amount of problems so its better to pay now while its still easier to pay the cities are also facing Urban sprawl the definition of Urban or suburban sprawl occurs when the human population expands into previously rural areas. It will be a huge issue by 2035 because space will start to run out and the grass and tress will be cut down for houses which will decrease the amount of Co2 which will also be another trouble . Ontario can decrease Urban sprawl by making more rooftops gardens and limit the amount of houses built and also always keeping tress and grass and not crowding a place too much. Canadian cities have too take initiative to make their cities more sustainable by 2035 by develop clean energy sources such as wind, solar, hydro, anddevelop renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, hydro, and tidal and require the construction of all new homes to meet high energy efficiency and other environmental standards.