CANADA and INDIA in 2040 assignment

Canada and Indias appearance in the future


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Statistics on Canada

  • Total population is 35 million
  • 250,000 people immigrate to Canada each year
  • Birth rate is 10.29 births per 1000 people
  • Death rate is 8.31 per 1000 people
  • Life expectancy is 81.7 years
  • Male: 80 years
  • Female: 84 years
  • Infant mortality rate is 4.71 per 1000 people
  • Male: 5.04 deaths per 1000
  • Female: 4.37 deaths per 1000

Demography on Canada

There is a total population of 35 million people in Canada .Also there is around 250,000 people that immigrate to Canada every year .Immigration is important for the emigrants of there country mostly because of the opportunity's people have in Canada. These opportunity's include things such as jobs. People come to Canada to have a better life and future for themselves or family.

Canada's population pyramid

This is a population pyramid showing the population in millions with the male population on the left and the female population the the right. The population pyramid represents the population in 2014 and it shows how most of the population in Canada is in ages 50-54 for both male and female in 2014 and this is due to baby boomers.

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Prediction for Canada in 2040

I believe that there will be a decrease in the population of Canada but not dramatically because there are mostly older people in Canada and there is a lower number of younger people. This Leads to less reproduction by the elders which leads to a lower rate of babies which will occur as a decrease in the population in Canada in the future. But there is a more logical reason which could be that the population of Canada and that is it will be stable and it will just increase by little amounts until 2040 and this is because of in each cohort being more stable than other countries and in each cohort being not too much more or less than other cohorts.


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Prediction for India

I believe there will a dramatic increase for India's population in 2040 compared to today's population and India will also pass china's population with almost 2 billion people living in India. This would be so because of how many children there are in India in 2014 from ages 0-4,5-9,10-14 and more and there will be an increase in more of the older cohorts because of the baby boom affect.The population of India will be number 1 in the world by 2040 or maybe even before.

Statistics on India

  • Total population is 1.2 billion people
  • Around 2 million people emigrate from India
  • Birth rate is 19.89 births per 1000 people
  • Death rate is 7.35 deaths per 1000 people
  • Life expectancy is 67.8 years
  • Male: 66.68
  • Female: 69.06
  • Infant mortality rate is 43.19 deaths per 1000 people
  • Male: 41.9 per 1000 people
  • Female: 44.63 per 1000 people
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India's population pyramid

This is a population pyramid showing the population in millions with the male population on the left and the female population the the right. This pyramid shows the number of people decreasing or staying stable as the cohort goes up.
India: coping with population growth


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Both India and Canada's population pyramid have some things alike but they also have some differences. While the majority of Canada's population is getting much more older based according to Canada's population pyramid , India's population is still growing and its growing dramatically. This is going to lead to an unsustainable amount of citizens in India which is already a crowded place. On another hand Canada's population will be increasing but not so dramatically.


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