Canadian Population Hits 35 Million With Credit To Immigration

The population of Canada surpassed 35 million sometime in October, with Canada having the highest population growth rate among the G8 countries at an average of one per cent every year for the last decade. Immigration Population Increase

Immigration in Canada is credited with about two-thirds of the population growth, with natural population growth making up the other third.

By 2036, the population in Canada is expected to reach between 40.1 million and 47.7 million with Ontario and British Columbia experiencing the highest population growth among the provinces.

According to Global News Toronto, a larger population can benefit everyone because it’s less expensive to run a large society than a small one – more people are using the services available to them while the services will be available no matter who uses them.

However, the provinces and federal government will need to determine how to overcome one of the biggest problems that can arise with a larger population: ineffective mass transit.

Newfoundland has the lowest level of population growth in Canada, even having negative population growth as it attracts few immigrants and its own native population relocates elsewhere in the country.

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About Rizwan jiwan

Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the American Bar Association. He is frequently called upon to appear in the media to discuss Canadian and US immigration issues effecting North Americans. He has been interviewed by Canada AM, CTV, Canada News Net, the Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star and has given lectures on immigration topics overseas.

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