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According to watchtutorials, Canada is a diverse nation in terms of ethnicity, culture, and language. As of 2019, Canada had an estimated population of 37.59 million people. The majority of Canadians (71%) identify as either Canadian or French Canadian. The other major ethnic groups include Chinese, South Asian, and Indigenous peoples. Canada is home to a wide variety of languages including English (58%), French (21%), and Indigenous languages (4%). About 20% of Canadians are foreign born and the most common countries of origin are China, India, Philippines, and the United States. Canada has a young population with an average age of 41 years old. The median age for the total population is 40 years old with 24% under the age 15 and 16% over 65 years old. Women outnumber men in Canada with 50.4% being female compared to 49.6% male.The majority of Canadians live in urban centers including Ontario (38%), Quebec (23%), British Columbia (13%), Alberta (11%) and Manitoba-Saskatchewan-Nunavut-Northwest Territories combined make up 8%. Population density stands at around 4 people per square kilometer which is one of the lowest among developed countries with much larger land mass than Canada’s 9 million square kilometers. See itypetravel for Canada Population and Language.

Canada Political System, Famous People, Animals and Plants

Canada Political system According to DISEASESLEARNING.COM, Canada is a federal state with a constitutional monarchy and parliamentary democracy. The British monarch is considered the country’s head of state. He is represented by a Governor General, who is appointed by him on the proposal of the Prime Minister of Canada. The actual legislature, the Canadian parliament,… Read More »

How to get to Canada

Overview Few countries in the world offer visitors such an enormous range of travel options as Canada. Skiing, sailing, visiting museums or fine dining – this country has it all and more. Western Canada is best known for its stunning scenery, the east is a mix of European charm and North American bustle, and the… Read More »