The major determinants of population growth and size in Canada are the fertility rate and immigration. Life expectancy and the death rate are also important but these are relatively stable.
Canadian Population


Fertility: Total number of children per woman. 2.1 is replacement level.

Immigration: Net immigration as a percentage of the population. Currently in Canada, immigration is running at the 0.8% to 1.0% level.

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