Canada in 2050
What will Canada look like in 2050?
-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!
- From 2001 to 2012 immigration in Canada averaged about 247,402 immigrants per
-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)
-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
Here's a Population Pyramid of Canada (2013)
Annual Number of Immigrants, 1867-2011 (thousands)
Here's a graph showing the annual number of immigrants from 1867-2011
Aboriginal population in Canada (2011)
Pie graph showing the population of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada.
Aboriginal People (Future)
Canada in 2050 by FrozenHobo
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