Demographics of Canada - Population Projection

Population Projection

US Census Bureau, 2010 est.
Year Pop. ±%
2020 36,387,000
2030 38,565,000 +6.0%
2040 40,070,000 +3.9%
2050 41,136,000 +2.7%
United Nations, 2010 est.
Year Pop. ±%
2020 37,163,000
2030 39,850,000 +7.2%
2040 41,882,000 +5.1%
2050 43,642,000 +4.2%
2060 45,101,000 +3.3%
2070 46,271,000 +2.6%
2080 47,206,000 +2.0%
2090 47,906,000 +1.5%
2100 48,290,000 +0.8%

Please note, it is not possible that a population can be be accurately estimated years into the future there are too many unknown influencing factors,such as reducing immigration levels to zero.

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