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Ratio’d | The radical plan to bring 60 MILLION PEOPLE into Canada

Ratio’d | The radical plan to bring 60 MILLION PEOPLE into Canada

The stated ambition of The Century Initiative, an influential lobbying group and charity is to increase Canada’s population to 100 million by the year 2100. This charity was founded by Dominic Barton, the former Chief Executive of McKinsey and Co, and Mark Wiseman, a former BlackRock executive.

Nobody elected The Century Initiative, or McKinsey and Co., but it appears that the Trudeau Liberals are taking their marching orders from the Century Initiative by way of giving government contracts to McKinsey.

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Highlights from the report: The infant mortality rate in 2022 was 5.60 per 1,000 live births, up from 5.44 in 2021, a 3% increase over 2021. Categories with notable increases were neonatal (3%, from 3.49 to 3.58) and postneonatal (age less than 4 weeks) infants (from 1.95 to 2.02, or 4%) and Native American and Alaskan children (7.46 to 9.06). Smaller increases were observed for children of white mothers (4.36 to 4.52), Blacks (10.55 to 10.86), Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islanders (7.76 to 8.50), and Hispanics (4.79 to 4.88). A drop from 3.69 to 3.50 for children of Asian American mothers was not statistically significant, but the rise from 5.15 to 5.37 for infants born to women ages 25-29 was. No other maternal age experienced a meaningful change. Mortality rose slightly for most preterm (less than 37 weeks of gestation) categories, with significant differences for all preterms analyzed together and for early preterm (less than 34 weeks of gestation) infants, but increases were not statistically significant for any other preterm group. Compared to 2021, 2022 infant deaths fell significantly in one U.S. state — Nevada — but rose significantly in Georgia, Iowa, Missouri and Texas. Changes in the remaining states and the District of Columbia were not statistically significant. Small declines were also noted for low birth weight babies, those with complications of the umbilical cord or placenta, and children with circulatory or bleeding issues. Of the 10 leading causes of infant mortality, most were unchanged statistically from 2021 to 2022. The largest increases were for newborn sepsis (+14%) and maternal complications (+9%). Circulatory diseases (-10%), umbilical cord or placental abnormalities (-5%) and short gestation (-3%) decreased. “The reported increase in infant mortality rates is disturbing and disappointing,” said Dr. Sandy L. Chung, president of the American Academy of Pediatrics, through her organization’s media department. “We live in a country with abundant resources. Yet the infant mortality rate in the United States is shockingly high. There are many different reasons for this. We do know that families in poverty face many challenges including access to nutritious food and affordable healthcare. Racial and ethnic disparities related to accessible healthcare — including prenatal health services — are just one of the many possible reasons for lower birth weights of babies and sometimes, infant deaths.” Chung was likely referring to ethnic outcome disparities reported by NCHS, but the report summary linked above does not mention poverty, disadvantaged status or socioeconomics. Plus the mortality increase for children of Black mothers was small and not statistically significant, while the 4% increase for children of white mothers was. Since not all members of ethnic minorities are poor, a separate analysis would be required to untangle the more complex relationship between ethnicity, income or disadvantaged status and the ability to access health services.

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