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canada predictions for 2030

Read 30 predictions about Canada in 2030, a year that will see this country experience significant change in its politics, economics, technology, culture, and environment. It’s your future, discover what you’re in for.

International relations predictions for Canada in 2030

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Politics predictions for Canada in 2030

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Government predictions for Canada in 2030

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Economy predictions for Canada in 2030

Economy related predictions to impact Canada in 2030 include:

  • Canadians vote in a wealth tax on the super-rich, potentially resembling a 2% tax on personal assets above $50 million and 3% on assets above $1 billion between 2030 to 2032.1

Technology predictions for Canada in 2030

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Culture predictions for Canada in 2030

Culture related predictions to impact Canada in 2030 include:

  • The number of churches declines to its lowest number ever as shrinking congregations and rising maintenance costs force old churches to be closed, sold or repurposed.1

Defense predictions for in 2030

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Infrastructure predictions for Canada in 2030

Infrastructure related predictions to impact Canada in 2030 include:

  • Property damage and insurance premiums become more expensive across Canada between 2030 and 2040, as homeowners are forced to invest in improving the weather resilience of their homes and technologies for heating or cooling during extreme temperatures.1
  • Public infrastructure, such as roads and highways, begin costing cities more money to maintain and repair between 2030 to 2035, due to extreme weather.1
  • All Canadians will gain access to high-speed gigabit-level internet, including rural, northern, and aboriginal communities.1
  • Coal power is officially phased out of the national energy supply.1
  • By 2030 to 2033, Alberta-based energy companies begin investments into build clean-hydrogen production facilities alongside (and in some cases, in place of) they shale oil production facilities.1
  • All Canadians (including those living in deep rural areas) now have access to 4G internet.1
  • Electric vehicle charging stations are now accessible nationwide, especially along highways and urban areas between 2030 to 2033.1

Environment predictions for Canada in 2030

Environment related predictions to impact Canada in 2030 include:

  • Between 2030 to 2040, the Atlantic (eastern) provinces of Canada begin to face more severe and expensive weather events (hurricanes and heavy snowfalls) on a more regular basis.1
  • Between 2030 to 2040, southern Quebec begins to experience more regular flooding from overflowing rivers and lake banks.1
  • The wildfire season will begin to lengthen between 2030 to 2040, especially in the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. Wildfires will become an increasingly large source of carbon dioxide emissions.1
  • Climate change will start warming the Northern regions of provinces faster between 2030 to 2040, ultimately impacting communities faster than in southern regions.1
  • Between 2030 to 2040, forests across Manitoba, Ontario, and Quebec gradually move northward, shrink in size, and increasingly suffer from invasive alien species and pathogens.1
  • Farmers in the western provinces begin experiencing more crop failures between 2030 to 2040, due to unusual weather. However, the extended warm growing seasons may allow some farmers of certain crops to increase their total annual crop yields.1
  • Warmer temperatures will increase the area that disease-carrying insects can expand to between 2030 to 2040, exposing more citizens to vector-borne illnesses, like Lyme disease and West Nile virus.1
  • Food prices for fruits and vegetables begin to increase and their availability becoming more unpredictable between 2030 to 3035, due to extreme weather and changing seasonal cycles damaging domestically grown crops, and the increased cost of importing.1
  • The warming climate begins to extend the allergy season for the southern regions of provinces between 2030 to 2035, as plants produce more pollen for longer durations.1
  • The warming climate between 2030 to 2035 begins to noticeably warm the spring and fall months, as well as make heatwaves with high humidity the new uncomfortable normal during the summer months.1
  • Canada fails to meet its Paris Agreement target of reducing emissions to 30% lower than its 2005 level by 2030.1

Science predictions for Canada in 2030

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Health predictions for Canada in 2030

Health related predictions to impact Canada in 2030 include:

  • Canadians born this year are forecasted to live four years longer than the previous generation due to improvements in healthcare and family planning.1

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