Return to Chart 13 Chart 14 This line chart shows the historical life expectancy at birth by gender in Ontario from toand projections under three scenarios for For females, life expectancy at birth rose from The number of children aged 0—14 is projected to decline in the North, but to increase in the rest of Ontario over the projection period.
The federal Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship sets the national target and target-range for the level of immigration to be achieved over the following year s.
Table 3 Components of demographic growth for Ontario, — reference, low and high scenarios. Since then and until recently, the pace of annual gains in life expectancy picked up and the progression of life expectancy had a more linear trajectory.
Over the past few years, the share of immigrants to Canada settling in Ontario has been increasing, from Northwest 0. All parameters used are calibrated to generate age-specific fertility rates that closely follow recent trends.
The fertility rate among the year old population in WDG increased slightly over time. As a result, the 15—64 age group is projected to account for a decreasing share of total population, declining from In the high-growth scenario, population grows Table 4 Historical and projected population by census division, selected years — reference scenario.
The population of Eastern Ontario is projected to grow
The most recent data for census divisions shows that TFRs range from a high of 2. This horizontal bar graph shows proportion of the population aged 65 and over, census metropolitan areas, and In the same year, women in WDG were expected to have an average of 1. The assumed increase in the number of non-permanent resident in for the first two projected years is set at 80, in the reference scenario, 72, in the low-growth scenario, and 88, in the high-growth scenario.