Canada in 2050

What will Canada look like in 2050?

Introduction

In 2050 Canada will look very different from today! In this report I will explain the current state of Canada and the future of Canada. This report will focus on three main topics Demography,Immigration,Aboriginal Peoples in Canada! In my opinion Canada will be a great country in the year 2050.

Demography (Current)

-The population of Canada was estimated 35,158,300 million people in 2013,up +1.2% over 2012!

-The fertility rate of Canada was estimated 1.61% in 2011.

-In the year 2013 there was an estimated 253,241 deaths in Canada,8596 more deaths then the year 2012!

-The natural increase rate of Canada is 2.41 in the year 2013!

Immigration (Current)

- Each year, Canada accepts between 200,000 and 250,000 new immigrants.

- From 2001 to 2012 immigration in Canada averaged about 247,402 immigrants per

year.

-Between 2001 and 2012 there were 2,968,829 immigrants and 560,654 emigrants,resulting the net migration to become a estimated 2,408,175 persons

Aboriginal Peoples (Current)

- The population of the Aboriginal peoples increased by 232,385 people, or 20.1% between 2006 and 2011.

-In 2009 the average employment rate for Aboriginal peoples was 57.0%, compared with 61.8% for non-Aboriginal people

-Almost one half 48.4% of Aboriginal people had a post secondary qualification in 201

Demography (Future)

In 2050 I believe that Demography will change in Canada. One thing that will change is Canada's birth rate, I believe that the birth rate will drop below the death rate. I say this because people will probably think about family planning instead of having a child. Another thing that will change is our population. It will drop slowly the reason why I say slowly is because the immigrants will maintain the population. In general I think everything will be the same, but the only thing that will change is our birth rate perhaps.
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Immigration (Future)

In 2050 I believe that immigration will be a huge role in Canada. I say this because right now in present day immigration is a huge role still. In 2050 I believe that Canada will relay on immigrants for many things. Like population increase,jobs and filling in jobs,making Canada's economy better. In general immigration in the future will be the same.I think our immigration rules are good the way they are but the only thing that will change is the type of immigrants. I think Canada will look for immigrants that are skilled and can make money in the future.

Aboriginal People (Future)

In the future I believe that the Aboriginal People in Canada will change a lot. One thing that will change is the population the population will decreased. There are many factors to support my opinion. One reason is health problems and health care within the reserves many illness could be passed around. Also poverty is a huge factor this could lead to many Aboriginal People demanding money from the government or protest for aid. Poor living conditions are a factor also! Many Aboriginal People live in poor conditions this can cause the population to drop in the future.

Video

This news report shows Canada treatment of Aboriginal People,this news report explains how Canada has broken some rules and ignoring UN's plead for Investigation into the cases of Aboriginal People.
Canada Rejects UN Call for Investigation into Discrimination Against Aboriginals

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Canada in 2050 by FrozenHobo

Conclusion!

In conclusion I believe that Canada will have a great future.I say this because of the three main reason our demography,immigration,Aboriginal Peoples. I have high hopes for Canada in the future.I hope that my flyer has helped you image Canada's future, thank you for reading!

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3."Deaths, Estimates, by Province and Territory." Government of Canada, Statistics Canada. N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Mar. 2014.


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5."Aboriginal Peoples in Canada: First Nations People, Métis and Inuit." Aboriginal Peoples in Canada: First Nations People, Métis and Inuit. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Mar. 2014.


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