Canada In 2050 By, aRTI KAJMOLLI

Canada is a always changing land and has gone through a complete make over sense 150 years ago. although it is impossible to have a pinpoint hypothesis of how Canada will look like, you can create a rough estimate of the state of Canada through some factors. though their are some factors that can not be predicted for such as a illness breakout, but some factors will typically remain consistent

immigration trend 1 : syrian refugees - right now there is a civil war in syria that is putting the syrian residents in danger so they are forced to flee the country due to it. an estimated 11 million refugees have already left the country. because there are refugees moving everyday, many will arrive to Canada. as of February of 2016, a article states that 25000 Syrian refugees have already entered the country, therefor we can estimate that that number has gone higher. with over 10 million syrians who must still leave the number of immigrants will rise in Canada.

immigration trend 2: economy - some countries go through very tough economical struggles and residents no longer feel comfortable and assured in their countries prosperity. for example the united states of america is almost 20 trillion dollars in dept, most voters in the united states where mainly prioritizing who would solve this dept. canada has great health care and the economy isnt in a hole of dept

key prediction- i think canada will be full of people from countries all over the world and have a few problems. i think so many people will come to canada for safety, jobs and a safe economy the the population will be so high that it will be impossible to find a job. i also think spots for schools will be so packed that students will have to boost their grades if they want to be accepted into a university. a lot of provinces in Canada aren't as populated as the other ones, so its logical that if there are a lot more people the provinces populations will be more evened out.

birth and death rate- birth rate and death rate are rates that varie between country to country because people have babies for different reasons and sie because they dont know or can properly take care of themselves. like the baby boomers started having babies after the 2 world war because the population took such a massive hit. death rate may be determined by a illness outbreak or by some sort of war. death rate may also change between countries due to lack of resources. of course it is birth and death rate that give us a good understanding of the population growth.

birth and death rate and people coming in and out determine populaton

aboriginal population trend 1: identification - the population of the aboriginals is projected to have been on quite the spike. the population of these people in 2006 was at 1.1 million to a estimated 1.4 by 2017. this is quite the accomplishment considering that the people where treated quite poorly for the pass hundred years. this is possible largely to more people identifying themselves as aboriginals. it is a big part because if there are more of them then the kids also are aboriginals so that way there are more children who are aboriginal.

aboriginal population trend 2 substance abuse - when a collective people are isolated and forced to live through poverty, substance abuse is a constant within such communities. for the natives, alcohol and solvents are very common. some even get their fix through the fumes and exhaust of cars. drug abuse is known to lead to other catastrophic problems like suicide, depression and anxiety. the problem is that 82.6 aboriginals in one of the communities said that substance abuse is the number one problem within the communities. with most of the population going through difficult times, talent and people contributing to the population is depleted

key prediction - my prediction is that the aboriginal population will rise and at one point be let go of the confines of the reserves. with more natives getting education and more learning the harms of substance abuse. i also think that other races will be more accepting to them and create families with them. with them being more accepted by others, more people will begin to identify themselves as native people. i think that the aboriginal people have a bright future.

what would my life look like in 2050 - my life will be completely different, i will have completed school and probably have a completely new set of friends and most of the older generation of my family would have passed away. i would probably be working in the trades because i think things like surgery will be more mechanical, also because there will be almost no spots available if i wanted to be a doctor, lawyer or a teacher because of the massive population. i would probably relocate due to job opportunities. i may have a family or i might not. of course there is the other possibilities like i may be unemployed or possibly dead

Bibliography

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/syrian-refugees-by-the-numbers-1.3469080

http://syrianrefugees.eu/ http://www.usdebtclock.org/

http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/89-645-x/2010001/growth-pop-croissance-eng.htm

http://www.ccsa.ca/Eng/topics/First-Nations-Inuit-and-Metis/Pages/default.aspx

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