Immigration Trends

One in five Canadians were born in a different country. every year Canada let's 250,000 immigrants in Canada has been relying on him but in since the 1600s. Canada need younger workers who have a good skill and amount of experience in a certain industry. Canada is facing an aging population. Canada need younger immigrants with a college or university education that can help us run our country. Canada is a multicultural country which has a lot of cultural diversity. Majority of the Canadians are descendants of immigrants. Most came from Europe but overtime more immigrants started to come in from Asia. Immigrant population is still high in Canada, According to stats from 2011 20% which is 6.8 million people Are immigrants or descendants of immigrants. Most refugees moved to Canada to start a new and safe life. the majority of refugees are of working age about 59% of newcomers are you age from 25 to 54.

Population trends Birth Rate & Death Rate

By the year 2050 population is supposed to be to reach at least 40 million by between now and then the population will be stored because of a low fertility level. Woman having children could off at 35 million if the low birth rate is not affected by the amount of immigration from 1851 to 1900 the population grew slowly by a few million recently (2001-2006) population grew at an average rate of 1.0%. Deaths in Canada have increased throughout 2009 to 2011 from 2009 there were only 238,418 deaths and in 2011 there were 242,074 deaths.

Aboriginal Population & Distribution

Aboriginals only count for 4.3% of Canada's population it is expected to be 5.3% by 2030 and by about 2050 it's gonna be 6.7%. 22% of aboriginal reserves in 2011 when compared to 7.5% of the rest of the population. Canada's aboriginal population is young 20% age 14 and under compared to 16.5% in the rest of the population. If current trends continue most aboriginal will be moving to Saskatchewan in the next five decades. some studies show that as a potential negative city the low rate of post secondary and secondary graduates among aboriginal people public policy of Saskatchewan say that majority of the people by 2050 are going to be aboriginals.

Prediction immigration

The next 37 years for Canada's immigration rate will increase greatly this is mostly because of the natural increase rate is likely to decrease in the birth and death rate. Canada will have to welcome younger couples who can replace for the baby boomers by doing this economy and population will continue to grow rapidly.Most immigrants are likely to settle in less populated province is like Saskatchewan because cities like Toronto Vancouver Montreal are so overpopulated there are more Chances Of crimes and expenses, more immigrants settle in rural communities which will give them better opportunities for jobs.Buy more immigrants moving to rural communities or developing areas they will have a better chance of getting an employment in the same skill as them.

Prediction Birth and Death rate.

In the next 50 years Canada's population will increase greatly between 40 million people to 63.3 million people by 2063. however the rate of population growth will change in the coming years. according to the low and medium growth scenarios the contribution of natural increase population of Canada will reduce specifically the numbers death will increase in the next couple of decades. Canada will need to let younger immigrants settle as there will be an ageing population over the next two decades. senior at age 65 years and older are going to be rapidly increasing due to the baby boom in 1946 to 1965.

Prediction aboriginals

In 2050 the aboriginal population is estimated to be approximately 7% of Canada's population. recent data shows that aboriginal population is growing more than non-aboriginal population. this might affect increase of poverty and homelessness rate if education that was between aboriginal stayed the same. majority of aboriginal students will at least have a high school diploma over all majority of aboriginals won't be facing poverty or unemployment, statistics say in the next 37 years almost half of the aboriginal people will be living in a metro pollution area this will change when they will realize a higher education is needed for a better lifestyle and employment.

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