Canada's population was estimated at 35,749,600 on April 1, 2015. Canada's population growth increases rapidly. Compared to some countries Canada's population is really low along with a low population density rate. The population isn't so large but their country is which means that people are spread out over a large amount of space. Making the population density low. In 2060 the population will increase very fast and high, as high as 47.113.000. Canada in 2015 is lacking in money, hopping of more growth for the rest of the year and having more workers to provide more for their families and get the system better then ever. The weakness for now is in trend growth, not a long term switch to a slower speed.
First Nations situation in Canada
The First Nation community is Pukatawagan. 900 kilometers north of Winnipeg. Canada is one few countries that open armed accept and respect human development standards. There were six groups Woodland First Nations lived in dense boreal forest. Iroquoian First Nations inhabited the southernmost area.Plains First Nations lived on the grasslands of the Prairies.Plateau First Nations ranged from desert conditions to high mountains.Pacific Coast First Nations access to abundant salmon. First Nations of the Mackenzie and Yukon River Basins harsh environment consisted of dark forests. Woodland First Nations were grouped into many independent groups. Iroquoian First Nations did not migrate in looking or depending on food. The Huron-Wendat had a three-tier political system. Village councils, tribal councils and the confederacy council.Plains First Nations are influenced by their neighbors and trading partners they base their decisions on them. The Pacific Coast First Nations are mostly family based, they have a very large population due to their birth rate. Aboriginal people are struggling to improve their lives now. Aboriginals culture is a huge part in their life now days Canadians don't seem to understand the importance of them practicing their culture.
Birth, Death, and Natural increase rate
Canada in 2015 has very different statistics then it did years ago and will be different in years like 2060. In 1990 at 405,486 births.In 2000, there were 327,882 registered births.From 2007 to 2008, the number of births rose in all provinces and territories. In 2005, Canada had more births 342,176 than deaths 230,132 .In 1960 natural increase of 339,000 meaning the women gave birth up to 479,000 children. males born in Canada in 1990 could expect to live to 74 and females to 81 on average.
Country of origin, immigration rate, push and pull factors, and province of settlement.
So many people migrate to Canada for many reasons, Like poverty, conflicts, education or just for a better life, Canada can offer many wonderful opportunities. It has great education, free health care, offers money loans takes care of you financially if you cant support yourself. Has beautiful sights and its multicultural. Canada's very accepting and welcoming. Canadian population has grown in recent years, going from 30.7 million in 2000 to 33.7 million in 2009. Over the next 50 years the population growth will slowly increase and stay stable increasing from 33.7 million in 2009 to 43.8 million in 2036 and then to 52.6 million in 2061.