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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Changes in Population Pyramid Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples Immigration Terms Immigration Process
Term used for people leaving their place of origin to live somewhere else.
What is emigrate?
Term used for the number of births per 1000 people.
What is the birth rate?
Calculation used to find the natural increase rate.
What is birth rate minus death rate?
Term used to describe the number of people arriving minus the number of people leaving.
What is net migration?
Calculation used to find a population's growth.
What is natural increase + net migration ?
Name of a graph used to represent the population distribution by age and sex.
What is a population pyramid?
Term used for the Canadian population generation born between 1946 and 1961.
What are baby boomers?
The part of the population that is not in the workforce (retired seniors and children) that must be supported by the working population.
What is the dependency load?
The population pyramid below illustrates this type of growth rate.
What is negative growth?
The year in which the first group of baby boomers become seniors (turn 65).
What is 2011?
Canada’s youngest territory, formed in 1999.
What is Nunavut?
People of mixed Aboriginal and European ancestry.
Who are the Metis?
Type of land treaty negotiate in an area where no other land treaty has ever been signed (ex. Nunavut’s Treaty signed in 1993).
What is a comprehensive treaty?
Nunavut’s other official language
What is Inuktitut?
Aboriginal children underwent this, when they were forced to attend residential schools, to learn the language and culture of mainstream Canadian society.
What is forced assimilation?
This immigrant is someone that has been persecuted in their home country due to their race, religion, or political opinion.
What is a refugee?
Term used for factors that draw people to a country, example: good employment opportunities
What are pull factors?
Periods in Canada’s immigration history, such as during the 30’s depression, WWI and WWII.
What are periods of lower immigration?
This group of people were considered as Canada’s first refugees, arriving from the USA during the American Revolution.
What are Empire Loyalists or Loyalists?
Term used for events of factors that discourages people from migrating from one place to another
What are intervening obstacles?
The ‘system’ used to select immigration candidates that would be most likely to become successful residents of Canada.
What is the point system?
These two photos are from the last step taken before an immigrant to Canada becomes a citizen
What is the citizenship ceremony?
The test that a landed immigrant needs to take before they become fully Canadian.
What is the citizenship test?
Other than applying for immigration, there are four other legal ways in which someone can come to Canada for a longer period of time than just as a tourist. One of these would be…..
What is a refugee, what is study, what is visitor visa, and what is working temporarily?
Minimum number of points needed in order to successfully pass the the immigration point system process.
What is 67?
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