The Greatest Country To Live In!
Is Canada the greatest country to live in?
Canada's Energy Resources
Canada's Changing Population
Canada's population is increasing rapidly over the course of the years with new races and cultures. A majority of our population grew here in the year 1960. After World War Two (WW2) there was a higher then normal amount of kids after the soilders returned home. This was called Baby Bloom. The Baby Bloom made a huge impact in Canada but over the years as they grew older, Canada needs more immigration to keep our population high. Meaning it'll be easier to immigrate to Canada. Every year Canada accepts around 250.000 people. We are accepting less now then in 1940's. Canada doesn't experience wars or deadly contagious illnesses but even still we put in large efforts to increase our population.
Canada ranks number 15 on the lists of countries gross domestic product. It ranks number 15 with $1.827 trillion USD. You can calculate a countries GDP by adding up how much everyone who works there makes in a year. The gross domestic product (GDP) is very important as it represent the total of a dollar and shows its values. Another way to calculate the GDP of a country, you can add up how much each person spends a year. They're usually around the same
The image above, is a picture of Canada's GDP increasing over the years of 1190 - 2010
Urban Sprawl in Canada
This image right here, is an representaion of whats happening in our community.
First Nations in Canada
The top three languages the First nations spoke were Anishinaabe, Mi'kmaq, and Cree. Hunting was what they were best at. Hunting animals and trapping them came as a skill. This was their main food resource. The first nations grew tobacco plants and smoked. Now days not all first nations still do. With a total of 190,000 speakers in some provinces First Nations languages are official.
Nunavut's official languages are:
Northwest Territories languages are:
9. North Slavey
10. South Slavey