Canada's Ideal Population - What Is It? And How Should It Be Achieved?

Canada's Ideal Population - What Is It? and How Should It Be Achieved?
Population growth, is it desirable? So many things run through my
mind when I ask myself that question. I believe that I would desire a
higher population , but to an extent. Too high of a population would
spell disaster in many ways.

In each geography class I've taken, we have always covered the issue
of our earths natural resources. And how if we're not careful and learn
to conserve, we'll run out of them. Many people have been saying this for
a long time, and I think to an extent they are correct. So the question I
ask myself is this. How would an increased population affect the amount
of natural ...

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to come
up with some alternate manufactured resource that people can use as a
substitute to all the gasses, gasoline and other oil products.

Other problems that would occur due to an increase in population are,
an increase in taxes. More people would be using facilities funded by taxes,
like schools, school supplies, utilities, conservation areas, prisons,
courts both provincial and federal, as well as other government services
such as snow clearing, and lets not forget that the government has salaries
too, and our taxes pay for them.

I also believe there would be problems with a decrease in population.
So Canadians probably wont be to pleased that population decline is likely
to occur soon. Some of the problems of decreased population that would
have disastrous effects are as follows. Taxes would go up even higher
than if there was an increase in population because there would be less
people paying taxes. The government would have to raise taxes because
they would ...

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Enough money to supplement the entire cost of the birth and
the cost of raising the child for a minimum of sixteen years.

Unfortunately killing birth control wont quite cover the amount of
people that need to be brought into canada. It would be necessary to have
more immigrants come into the country. That would mean lowering the level
of standards already in effect for immigrants trying to get into our

To complement this we would have to distribute the immigrants evenly
throughout the country so the under developed parts of Canada have a better
chance of survival.

If the immigrant distribution has to be done correctly, meaning that
everyone should ...

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