Immigrant Women Outbreeding Whites

By Douglas Todd

New immigrants to Canada are much more likely to have babies than their native-born counterparts.

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Immigrant women who have spent five (5) years in Canada “have almost TWICE as many children of preschool age (as) the average Canadian-born woman,” according to an extensive study by two noted economists.

The University of Waterloo‘s Ana Ferrer and Princeton University’s Alicia Adsera pored over two decades of Statistics Canada census data to reach their conclusion.

Country of birth of "immigrants and non-p...
Country of birth of “immigrants and non-permanent residents” in Canada in 2001 Census

There are major birthrate differences, depending on newcomers’ country of origin: The [immigrant] women who have the highest birthrates tend to be from Africa, Pakistan and India.

The study by Ferrer and Adsera – which explores how childbirth rates affect a family’s “economic assimilation” and other aspects of integration – aims to help governments and businesses respond to demographic changes in Canada, track the availability of workers of both sexes and adjust taxpayer-support services.

While many Canadians welcome more babies, seeing them as future contributors to economic expansion, children can be expensive for both families and taxpayer, who pay for health care, child-tax subsidies and education through Grade 12.

The study goes into detail about the child-birth patterns of the roughly 125,000 women who arrive each year in Canada, which has the highest per-capita immigration rate of any major country.

African and South Asian women show a substantially higher fraction of children under five than similar native-born women,” write Ferrer and Adsera.

They note that women from the Middle East quickly start out having babies after arriving in Canada, but eventually slow down to closer to the national norm.

The authors speculate that women between ages 18 and 45 from European and East Asian countries may worry more about what economists call the “opportunity costs of children,” since having children often reduces chances to increase income.

The authors surmise that women from Europe, China and other East Asian countries could place a different value on the “two-earner family model” than those from India, Africa, the Middle East and elsewhere.

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The findings of Ferrer and Adsera dovetail with earlier data from Statistics Canada, which showed that, based on ethnicity, the lowest fertility rates in Canada are among White, Chinese and South Korean women, all of whom fall below the national birthrate average of 1.6 babies per woman.   >Source

[The LOW percentage (%) of WHITE PEOPLE in the World? ANSWER.]

[For emphasis, all Underlined, bold print and italicized words are by ELN Editor.]

And the long-term implications are:

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… other Western Nations

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Last Call for WHITE Britain



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