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But why would it almost grow at the same rate???
Canada will look different!!
- Canada's population has increased only by 2.3 million in 6 years from 2006-2012.
- Between 2001 and 2012, there were 2,968,829 immigrants and 560,654 emigrants, resulting in a net migration of about 2,408,175 persons.
- Canada's population by 2060 would grow about 25 million more at the rate of 1 million in two years the total population would be about 60 million in total.
- 1960 Canada's Natural increase rate was about 4 and in 2011 the natural increase rate is about 1.6.
- According to the 2011 National Household Survey, there was a total of 1,400,685 aboriginal people in Canada, comprising 4.3% of the Canadian population.
- The First Nations have the largest population (851,560), Métis (451,795), and Inuits (59,445).
- Aboriginal people are spread out all over Canada.
- Canada's Aboriginal population is growing faster than the normal population of Canada increasing by 20.1% from 2006 to 2011.
- By 2060 the Aboriginal population will increase by a large amount since Aboriginal women have a higher fertility rate than other Canadian women.
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Difference by Saad Ahmed - Rick (2542)
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