Canada In 2050

Canada is one of the most well known and in my opinion greatest countries in the world. There is a lot of interesting things that not a lot of people know about Canada. With a population of over 36 million people (and still growing). What will Canada look like next year? In 2018? 2019? 2020? How about 2050?

Canada in 2016

To think about Canada in 2050, it is very necessary to look at where Canada's demographics are now. In terms of age, Canada definitely is ho e to much older people. 1-14 years of age is about 15.44% of Canada right now. 15-24 is about 12.12%. 25-54 is about 40.32% of Canada. The ages of 55-64 are about 13.94%. The ages of 65 and over are about 18.18% of Canada. Canada is home to pretty much equal amount of males and females about 40.8% are males and 43.3% are females. Canada is know to be a very diverse place. It is filled with people who speak all sorts of languages. English 58.7%, French 22%, Punjabi 1.4%, Italian 1.3%, Spanish 1.3, German 1.3, Cantonese 1.2%, Tagalog 1.2%, Arabic 1.1%, other 10.5%. The Canadian birth rate in 2016 is sitting at around 400,000 births. The death rate is almost 300,000 however. Canada right now has a natural increase of about 2.41.

Canada's Demographics in 2050

I predict Canada's main way of gaining population by 2050 will be by immigration. Right now in Canada it is quite even in terms of reasons why Canada's population is growing. But in the recent years immigration is the more common way Canada's population has grown, not by birth. I also think that Canada will still be home to more older people than younger people in 2050. In the very recent years Canada was (and still is) known to be home to much more older people. I think in 2050 this will still be the case because of the older people immigrating every year to Canada. I also think Canada will still be very diverse in 2050 cause of the high rate of immigration per year.

The following video explains what the entire world should be like in 2050.

My Life in 2050. (Part 1) (Part 2)


Canada in 2050 to me will be a huge turning point for the country. I still think the main way our population will grow will be because of Immigration. I think we will be heavily diverse because of immigration being the number 1 way of Canada gaining population. The population of Canada to me will still be filled with much older people than younger. As I stated in my recording I think my life will be me using advanced technology in whatever job I work at, living in an advanced house that will be common in 2050, etc. Either way we all know that 2050 there will be many changes to not just Canada but the world as a whole. We will all change and things that we would not expect to happen, will happen. Canada will change a bit every year until we finally hit 2050 and we will see how far we have come as a country at that point.

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