Nova Scotia's Population is Up
As of July 1st, 2010, the provincial population was up by about 11 hundred people from the previous quarter, 900 of whom are from net immigration migration....
Nova Scotia also boasts the second oldest population in Canada (behind Newfoundland and Labrador), the most people over the age of 65 and the fewest people under the age of 14.
Meanwhile, Stats Canada's numbers for abortions in the year 2009 are 2074.
Now why aren't those numbers ever mentioned on Talk Radio? This number means that 40 babies per week are aborted, which is about two classrooms. With declining enrolment, school closures, an aging population, an over-burdened health care system with fewer tax-payers to support it, why is no one connecting the dots?
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