BIRTH RATES, DEATH RATES & NATURAL INCREASE:
Canada's current natural increase is stable but is also slowly increasing by 0.1% per year. But birth rate is slowly going down every year. Natural increase between 2006 and 2011 was 5.9%. By 2050, birth rate is expected to go down because of better family planning, good health care, & better improved status for women and marriages. These days, women are becoming more focused on their career and have less time to think about starting a family and kids. The number of deaths in 2009 was around 238,418 and in 2011 the death rate increased to about 242,074 people.