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From 1604, which established the first French settlers, until the arrival of the British with the Treaty of Utrecht (1774), the Canadian population suffered many variations. In 1814, Upper Canada had 95,000 inhabitants, Lower Canada with 335,000 inhabitants and the Maritime provinces with 150,000 inhabitants.

Until 1913 there were successive emigrations and immigrations, mainly from the English group, but, on this date, the operation of the Prairie attracted many newcomers (400,000) until 1921, when the growth rate reached 22 percent. In 1930, because of the economic crisis was banned by the entry of foreign law. The Second World War contributed to increased populations of canada, although there was also much migration. In 1973. The population was 21,894,000, and was located mainly in the south of the country, in the narrow band of territory that runs along the U.S. border from the Atlantic to the Pacific. An estimated 59.3 percent of British people, by 22.7 percent of French origin, and minorities make up the remaining 18 German, Dutch, Polish, Jewish, Italian, Norwegian, and so on. The Indians, in 1972, amounted to 264,680, and the Inuit to 17,600 individuals, scattered along the coasts and islands of the Arctic. In 1970-1973 it was an average growth of 1.2 percent. s of the West in its oceanic part, are covered with great forests of conifers, while the interior plateaus have poor vegetation.