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If you're reading this then it means you're part of the 50 per cent of the world capable of viewing cat videos, sending emails and shopping online. Well, that's what the United Nations predicts come...
The world's population won't grow as quickly over the next 50 years as it did over the past 50, and Canada will be among the losers in the new reality.
As of approximately 9:12 EST this morning, Canadians can officially say their country has 35 million people within its borders — a number that is rising every minute and 28 seconds, according to Canad...
It's been clear for the last few years that the seven billion mark was imminent, and because we've been inching toward it for some time, many will ignore its larger implications. How will we handle all this extra demand for resources?
The UN's forecasters have estimated that Oct. 31 is the day world's population passes the 7 billion mark. Seven-thousand-million is a staggering number, and CBC News had some fun compiling this list t...