As more and more people move to Canada, looking for better opportunities, the Canadian population is expected to grow at a steady pace. And with Canada currently having 37.59 million people,
We haven’t seen the infrastructure and plans that show how Canada is going to support the current growth trends.
Here is Canada’s Population By 2050
It has only been 152 years since Canada has been independent of the British empire. Due to its recent formation, it is continuously in need of immigrants to maintain a strong economy. Canada also encourages immigration to increase its labour force to replace its ageing population and decreasing birth rate.
As the population grows the economic activity is growing as well. This means that Canada is benefiting in both ways economically and its population count.
According to the World Population Review, 32.3% of Canadians considered their ethnic origin to be Canadian.
Other major groups recorded were English (18.3%), Scottish (13.9%), French (13.6%), Irish (13.4%), German (9.6%) and Chinese (5.1%).
Source:| World Population Review