Canada is one of the largest countries in the world, spanning a whole of 9.985 million kmĀ². However, while the size of Canada stays the same through the years, the population can rapidly change. As of 2013 the population is 35.16 million. In the span of ten years, the population went up by 4 million.

As of 2011, the natural increase of Canada was 0.5%, while the migratory increase was about 1%. This shows that migrations are contributing more to then population that natural births are. As of 2011, the aboriginal population took up 4.3% of all Canadians. Compared to 1996, which is 2.8%, the population of first nations went up by 1.5% in the course of 15 years.

The natural increase rate of 2050 should be about 0.1%, while the migration rate would be 0.7%. The population in total would be about 40 million

Some factors that will lead to the huge migratory increase is stuff like, politics, natural disasters and climate. Politics can either attract people or make people want to leave. For example when Donald Trump was elected as president, many people booked planes to places like Canada. This could happen again and cause more people to move here.

Some push factors could be the same types of things, including politics, climate and natural disasters.

Considering the trends of each year which is, that every year the first nation population goes up, I would assume that the first nation population would only have to go up.

This is my conclusion to my project. Canada is expected to grow rapidly through the next 34 years and with that so is the birth rate, death rate and migration rate. The first nations are also expected to grow rapidly.

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