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Mar 23 2023
For the first time in its history, Canada grew by over 1 million people last year and most of them were newcomers, signaling that the federal government’s ambitious goal of boosting immigration to fill labor shortages is within reach.
Canada’s population growth rate of 2.7 percent in 2022 put it among the world’s 20 fastest growing nations, a list largely dominated by African countriesNew York Times (News)
Sep 11 2023
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Sep 06 2023
Speaking at a New Hampshire town hall, former Vice-President Mike Pence called for the Republican party to stop adopting populist policies and return to the kind of conservatism that former President Ronald Reagan espoused and typified the Republican Party.
“Here within the Republican Party, I think we have a choice to make, and that is whether or not we are going to offer the AmericanThe Daily Wire
Jan 09 2023
D.C. leaders unveiled a plan Monday for economic growth with an emphasis on adding jobs and population — including a first-time a goal of retaining current residents. The five-year strategy, labeled the “Comeback Plan” for its efforts to rebound from the coronavirus, establishes six goals to drive economic development and growth in the District. The goals include increasing the city’sWashington Post
Dec 21 2021
The U.S. population grew by 0.1% in the year that ended July 1, the slowest rate since the nation's founding, according to Census Bureau estimates released Tuesday.
Why it matters: The bureau said the "slow rate of growth can be attributed to decreased net international migration, decreased fertility, and increased mortality due in part to the COVID-19 pandemic."
By the numbers:Axios
Sep 06 2023
If Maloy wins the Republican nomination, she will face Democratic state Sen. Kathleen Riebe in the Nov. 21 general election. Maloy, who was Stewart’s chief legal counsel and has his support, would be the favorite against Riebe in the reliably Republican and “sprawling district that stretches from the northern part of the Salt Lake City area to cover much of southern and western Utah,” per theWashington Post
Dec 31 2013
Americas population is growing at its slowest rate in decades and the sluggish economy is mostly to blame, according to one expert.HuffPost
May 09 2022
Florida is starting to look like Trump country.
Long the nation’s largest — and most unpredictable — battleground state, Florida’s politics have transformed at a breakneck pace in recent years, becoming more and more conservative even as hundreds of thousands of new residents have poured into the state, often from bluer territory.
The political sea-change happening in theThe Hill
Nov 16 2022
The world’s population will reach 8 billion people on Tuesday, representing a “milestone in human development” before birth rates start to slow, according to a projection from the United Nations.
In a statement, the UN said the figure meant 1 billion people had been added to the global population in just 12 years.
“This unprecedented growth is due to the gradual increase in humanCNN (Online News)