Canada’s Population To Reach 150M By Year 2100? (Just A Prediction)

(Propaganda, Canada should be 100 million, Global Brief)

(Don’t worry, the UN can help)

(Graphs from 2018 Report to Parliament)
(See here, for the actual report)

Author’s note: the basis for this article is that Canadian politicians outright lie about the true size and scale of immigration into Canada.

While they “claim” it is approximately 300,000 to 320,000 people annually, it is not. Truthfully, when other categories are factored in, it is closer to 1M per year. That doesn’t even cover illegal migrants. Yes, some will leave, but many won’t.

1. Important Links

CLICK HERE, for a previous review of CBC article on “Century Initiative”.
CLICK HERE, for a previous article searching the true size of immigration rates in Canada.
CLICK HERE, for research on forced diversity.
CLICK HERE, for the UN & replacement migration.
CLICK HERE, for review of CBC pushing an agenda to replace the Canadian population. Less births + more mass migration.
CLICK HERE, for the Hungarian model, larger families.

CLICK HERE, for some StatsCan projections.
CLICK HERE, for StatsCan estimates of non-permanent residents.
CLICK HERE, for StatsCan’s conclusions in 2015.

2. Century Initiative

If Canada sticks with current practices, our population will grow to between 51 to 53 million by the end of the century.
A non-profit group called The Century Initiative advocates doubling that, to 100 million. That’s about triple our current population.
“We recognize that it may be counterintuitive,” Shari Austin, CEO of the Century Initiative, told The Sunday Edition’s guest host Peter Armstrong.
It’s the only way, she argued, that Canada can face the economic challenges ahead and strengthen its international influence.
Currently, Canada accepts 310,000 immigrants per year. The Century Initiative suggests that number should be closer to 450,000.
“It’s a big, audacious goal,” she conceded. But it has been done before. Since 1945 to the present day, Canada’s population has tripled.
Long term view and short term pain
According to Austin, if this goal isn’t met, Canada will struggle financially and governments won’t have enough to pay for the services we have come to expect in this country.
“We need to be prepared to put more money into certain things that will make sure our growth is successful,” she warned.
She also sees this as a way to create “a more diverse, more interesting, dynamic population.”

CBC published the article, and did an interview, seemingly with no real depth or critical questions. Little more than a puff piece.

There are so many questions I want to ask that group. Here is what I sent them. Unsurprisingly, they never responded.

(1) Who funds you exactly, and what is their political ideology?
(2) Does CBC endorse the article you did?
(3) Why should Canada be concerned with tripling its population?
(4) What would you say to critics who would argue that this is unnecessary, and just globalist propaganda?
(5) With this focus on mass immigration, why don’t you mention the many challenges that it has had, such as: (a) incompatible cultures; (b) language barriers; (c) difficulties doing proper screening — ISIS; (d) high unemployment, (e) stresses on the host nation; (f) medical and health issues and so on?
(6) Why focus on immigration when their are so many Canadian youth struggling to get meaningful work?
(7) Why focus on immigration to boost population when there are so many Canadians who would like to have more kids?
(8) Is your goal to change the nature and culture of Canada through mass immigration?
(9) Is your goal to dismantle or take away any of Canada’s sovereignty?
(10) Is your goal economic migration or “humanitarian” migration? And considering how many “refugees” become public charges, would that not be a drain on the public funds?
(11) Do you believe in open borders or globalism?

Amazing the garbage that our tax dollars air in public. It would have been nice for CBC to either push back a little, or show some skepticism.

3. Current Immigration Rates

This is reposted from the earlier article on estimating the true size of Canada’s immigration rates. How the estimates came by is outlined in that article.

A few assumptions:
(1) Although International Mobility is “meant” to be temporary, visa holders absolutely can find ways to obtain other visas, or apply for PR in certain cases, so count the entire amount.
(2) The data on international students appears to lump “current” visa holders in, it doesn’t specify the length of the visas (nor how long each would be good for). But 2017 listed 317K student visas.
(3) Given the cost and uselessness of much of higher education in Canada, it is reasonable to suspect the main motivation is a pathway to PR.
(4) Although temporary foreign workers are sold to the public as “temporary”, there are direct pathways to permanent residence that most will take advantage of.

Category Number
Permanent Imm/Refugees 350,000
Temp Foreign Worker 80,000
International Mobility 224,000
International Student 317,000
Totals (approx.) 970,000

Note: this is based on 2017 numbers from the 2018 report to parliament. Although 350K is the “targeted” amount for regular/refugee, the actual totals were a bit less than that.

Of course, not everyone will stay. That’s true. But most will. Assuming, say, 800K will stay, that would still mean explosive growth.

So 800,000 people annually, assuming all categories are counted, and assuming these numbers are accurate. For the sake of simplicity, let’s say yes they are. True, not everyone will stay in Canada. But the vast majority will, if given the chance.

And also, for the sake of simplicity, let’s assume that the globalist “leaders” won’t raise the rates, or come up with new programs, as unlikely as that is.

4. Estimate 2100 Population

Note: using an annuity calculator is not the same thing as proper modelling for population estimates. However, as a crude estimate, it will work.

The CBC article listed two assumptions:
310,000 people/year leads to 51-53M population by 2100
450,000 people/year leads to 100M population by 2100

It is unclear what formula was used, so let’s take a wild shot. Could be completely off, but just for interest’s sake.

With the “desired” annual intake of 450,000 people/annually, this would add about 63 million to Canada’s population by the year 2100. This would be very close to the 100 million that Century Canada is advocating for. It is also what the current Federal Government is calling for.

Again, while this is extremely rough, the average growth rate (from birth rates) would be about 1.32%. This doesn’t take host population into account, as birth rates are pretty flat, if not outright declining.

However, as shown previously, the annual intake of Canada is approximately 800,000 people annually. Possibly even higher.

Now we use the same calculator, again, assuming 1.32% growth, and zero growth for host population

Using this intake, it will add about 112 million more people, and the Canadian population will approach 150 million.

Yes, this is greatly simplified. However, the point was to illustrate that “current” mass migration rates far exceed those globalist agendas.

It’s like they don’t want us to know about what goes on.

5. Where Will The Real Growth Be?

This man, talking to Rebel Media, was stunningly blunt and honest. We have families, we are making babies, you are not. By 2060, according to Pew Research (Western research), Muslims will be the biggest group anywhere. What are Westerners going to do then?

Where is the lie here? Guess who is breeding? Muslims know that demographics is destiny.

6. It Doesn’t Have To Be Like This

Canada, wake up. Your politicians are lying to you about immigration into Canada. Moreover, this “civic nationalism” they promote is glorified multiculturalism.

Canada is not admitting ~300K people annually. It is close to triple that. By 2100, there could very well be close to 150 million people in Canada. Instead of promoting the Hungarian model of larger families, the solution is to import more people.

Culture, language, religion, customs…. none of that matters. What is important is getting the numbers up, and being tolerant. After all, having nothing in common makes us stronger.

It is not all rainbows and unicorns. Our “leaders” gloss over the issues with mixing incompatible cultures. They tell groups to “preserve their identities” and that diversity is our strength.

7. Disclaimer Must Be Added

This is not scientific by any means, but a very crude estimate based on a few factors:

  • Canada’s actual immigration nowhere near 300-350K/year
  • At 310K, population estimated to be 51-53M
  • At 450K, population estimated to be 100M

Okay, assuming those numbers are remotely accurate, let’s try this: We take in close to 1M/year, and of those, 800K or so stay. That will end up being a heck of a lot more than 100M.

Take it for what it’s worth.

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