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Canada

Figure 2.1 Population observed (1972 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2063) according to the low-growth (L), medium-growth (M1) and high-growth (H) scenarios, Canada

Figure 2.2 Annual growth rate, observed (1972/1973 to 2012/2013) and projected (2013/2014 to 2062/2063) according to the low-growth (L), medium-growth (M1) and high-growth (H) scenarios, Canada

Figure 2.3 Number of births and deaths, observed (1972/1973 to 2012/2013) and projected (2013/2014 to 2062/2063) according to the low-growth (L), medium-growth (M1) and high-growth (H) scenarios, Canada

Figure 2.4 Migratory increase and natural increase, observed (1972/1973 to 2012/2013) and projected (2013/2014 to 2062/2063) according to the low-growth (L), medium-growth (M1) and high-growth (H) scenarios, Canada

Figure 2.5 Distribution of the total population by age group, observed (1921 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2063) according to the low-growth (L) scenario, medium-growth (M1) and high-growth (H) scenarios, Canada

Figure 2.6 Median age, observed (1921 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2063) according to the low-growth (L), medium-growth (M1) and high-growth (H) scenarios, Canada

Figure 2.7 Demographic dependency ratio, observed (1921 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2063) according to the medium-growth (M1) scenario, Canada

Figure 2.8 Population in absolute and relative (per 1,000) values, observed (2013) and projected (2063) according to the low-growth (L), medium-growth (M1) and high-growth (H) scenarios, by age and sex, Canada

Figure 2.9 Number of deaths (in relative value), observed (2011) and projected (2062/2063) according to the low-growth (L), medium-growth (M1) and high-growth (H) scenarios, by age and sex, Canada

Figure 2.10 Population aged 14 and under, 15 to 64 and 65 and over, observed (1921 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2063) according to the low-growth (L), medium-growth (M1) and high-growth (H) scenarios, Canada

Figure 2.11 Number of persons aged 80 years and over, observed (1921 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2063), according to the low-growth (L), medium-growth (M1) and high-growth (H) scenarios, Canada

Figure 2.12 Sex ratio of the population aged 80 years and over, observed (1921 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2063), according to the low-growth (L), medium-growth (M1) and high-growth (H) scenarios, Canada

Provinces and territories

Figure 3.1 Population, observed (1989 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2038) according to selected scenarios, Newfoundland and Labrador

Figure 3.2 Population (in relative value), observed (2013) and projected (2038) according to selected scenarios, Newfoundland and Labrador

Figure 3.3 Population, observed (1989 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2038) according to selected scenarios, Prince Edward Island

Figure 3.4 Population (in relative value), observed (2013) and projected (2038) according to selected scenarios, Prince Edward Island

Figure 3.5 Population, observed (1989 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2038) according to selected scenarios, Nova Scotia

Figure 3.6 Population (in relative value), observed (2013) and projected (2038) according to selected scenarios, Nova Scotia

Figure 3.7 Population, observed (1989 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2038) according to selected scenarios, New Brunswick

Figure 3.8 Population (in relative value), observed (2013) and projected (2038) according to selected scenarios, New Brunswick

Figure 3.9 Population, observed (1989 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2038) according to selected scenarios, Quebec

Figure 3.10 Population (in relative value), observed (2013) and projected (2038) according to selected scenarios, Quebec

Figure 3.11 Population, observed (1989 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2038) according to selected scenarios, Ontario

Figure 3.12 Population (in relative value), observed (2013) and projected (2038) according to selected scenarios, Ontario

Figure 3.13 Population, observed (1989 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2038) according to selected scenarios, Manitoba

Figure 3.14 Population (in relative value), observed (2013) and projected (2038) according to selected scenarios, Manitoba

Figure 3.15 Population, observed (1989 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2038) according to selected scenarios, Saskatchewan

Figure 3.16 Population (in relative value), observed (2013) and projected (2038) according to selected scenarios, Saskatchewan

Figure 3.17 Population, observed (1989 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2038) according to selected scenarios, Alberta

Figure 3.18 Population (in relative value), observed (2013) and projected (2038) according to selected scenarios, Alberta

Figure 3.19 Population, observed (1989 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2038) according to selected scenarios, British Columbia

Figure 3.20 Population (in relative value), observed (2013) and projected (2038) according to selected scenarios, British Columbia

Figure 3.21 Population, observed (1989 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2038) according to selected scenarios, Yukon

Figure 3.22 Population (in relative value), observed (2013) and projected (2038) according to selected scenarios, Yukon

Figure 3.23 Population, observed (1991 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2038) according to selected scenarios, Northwest Territories

Figure 3.24 Population (in relative value), observed (2013) and projected (2038) according to selected scenarios, Northwest Territories

Figure 3.25 Population, observed (1991 to 2013) and projected (2014 to 2038) according to selected scenarios, Nunavut

Figure 3.26 Population (in relative value), observed (2013) and projected (2038) according to selected scenarios, Nunavut

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