Canada saw the largest growth in its population last year, but it’s not due to a jump in birth rates. Some 82% of the growth was attributed to mass migration.

Statistics in Canada revealed more than 310,000 people entered the country in 2018, while the number of people who lived in Canada without permanent residency stood at more than 170,000.

Statistics Canada says that all provinces witnessed growth, with Ontario being the most populous province. However, Ottawa’s rise in population in 2018 surpassed that of all other G-7 countries.

Other Western nations, such as Sweden and Germany, also experienced a massive influx of migrants. Stockholm saw a 1.4% increase in its population growth.

While Germany, which became the main destination point for migrants during the 2015 refugee crisis, took in more than a million people. A report by Kronen Zeitung says that 25% of Germany’s population now has a migrant background.

Trudeau’s welcome resulted in unprecedented arrivals of migrants and illegal border crossings. Whether Canadians still support Trudeau’s open border policy will be known after the 21 October election.

The latest polls suggest that Trudeau’s Liberal Party is neck-in-neck with the Conservatives. According to Statistics Canada, the country’s population is also getting older.

For the first time in history the number of centenarians surpassed 10,000 people, 82% of whom are women. Despite this increase in seniors, Ottawa is aging less than other G-7 states.

Ruining the Nation of Canada through voter representation of foreign interest & bodies non-integrated & segregated into communities which speak foreign language disabling the use of national languages & sovereignty.

No joke.. Canada is lost.. horrible policies.. horrible purposes, National Cohesion gone?

Sputnik / ABC Flash Point News 2019.

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