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50% Canadian population will be the immigrants by 2041

Posted on September 13, 2022
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50% Canadian population will be immigrants by 2041

Highlights of Canadian population by 2041

  • Canada forecasts that Canada’s foreign country population might go sky high between 7.2% and 12.1% by 2041 from 2016
  • It is estimated that by 2041, around 50% of the Canadian population will be foreign citizens and their Canadian-born children
  • Every 2 in 5 Canadians will be part of the future racialized group by the year 2041
  • By 2041, every 1 in 4 Canadians will be considered as born in Asia or Africa
  • Most of the immigrants from different nations who come to Canada are continuing to select the three CMA’s (Census Metropolitan Area) cities which are Vancouver, Montreal, and Toronto
  • Most immigrants who are coming to Canada, are continuing to choose the three cities which are Census Metropolitan Area (CMA): Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver

Canada’s demographics in 2041

Understanding Canada’s current demographics that got mentioned in Statistics Canada’s report is estimated in 2041.

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In the next 20 years, the world is going to change completely. If we look at Canada, the statistics Canada has released Canada’s demographic projection in the year 2041, everything is going to change. These projects are rooted in 2016’s Census of Population from the demographic standpoint for the next 19 years.

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Estimated a high proportion of immigrants in the Canadian population in 2041

Immigration is estimated to continue to be Canada’s one of the most primary population driver is immigration for the next coming decades.

Based on Statistics Canada, the immigrant population in Canada will go arise somewhere from 7.2% and 12.1% between the years 2016 and 2041.

If we use more concrete numbers, StatsCan (Statistics Canada) announces that Canadian immigrants’ percentage was 21.9% in the year 2016, which might increase to the range of 29.1% to 34.0% in the near 19 years. This number represents the topmost historical level in the country in its 155-year history.

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50% of the Canadian population will be immigrants and their Canadian-born children

Canada’s immigrant population is expected to increase by 2041, ‘the immigrants and their Canadian-born children will be 52.4% of the Canadian population, based on the StatsCan references.

This increase is 12.4% from 2016 in Canada which is 14.4 million and the same group made up 40% of the total population. It is expected that the actual number might go to 54.3%. This means the foreign citizens and their Canadian-born Children may be somewhere around 23.7-25.9 million and is projected that the Canadian population of 47.7 million in 2041.

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By 2041, every 2 in 5 Canadians will be part of an ethnic group

The Racialized population in Canada might reach between 16.4 and 22.3 million. In 2016, it was 22.2% and now by 2041, this percentage might go between 38.2% and 43% of Canada’s total population.

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By 2041, every 1 in 4 Canadians will be born in Africa and Asia

The same forecast expects that every 1 in 4 Canadians is either born in Africa or Asia by 2041. It is expected that around 9.9 or go up to 13.9 million Asian or African-born people to be part of total Canada’s population in 2041. This is estimated to be 23.1% to 26.9 of the total population in the country. It’s around a 13.5% increase compared to 2016.

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Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver are the most preferred states

According to the Statscan report, most of the immigrants who are coming to Canada, are continuing to choose the three cities which are Census Metropolitan Area (CMA): Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver. These cities will continue to dominate with immigrant residents in the coming decades.

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The anticipated increase in the current immigration movement that is happening to Canada is intensify the current ethnic and cultural gaps in the country over a period of time.

The current number of racialized persons is expected to increase throughout the country generally it might remain higher than the national average i.e., more than 41% in the following mentioned nine Central/western Canada or Ontario Census Metropolitan Areas:

  • Toronto,
  • Vancouver,
  • Calgary,
  • Abbotsford–Mission,
  • Edmonton,
  • Winnipeg,
  • Ottawa–Gatineau (Ontario portion),
  • Windsor, and
  • Regina

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