Population clock


On the heels of Canada Day, here is a fascinating real-time model of change in our population.

I think it’s something that we all do. When you see a U-Haul come down the street and stop at the residence that recently sold, you know that the mixture in your neighbourhood will change.

Of course, that’s not the only thing.

Babies are born; people pass away; immigrants move in; emigrants move out; and people just move.

As of midnight on the day of the screen capture when I wrote this post, population was up 1,369. Actually, the simulation is running in another tab on my computer and it’s now at 1,379.

There are so many discussions that can be inspired from this as well as just facts on the current population.

Tuck this away for next year; I’ll bet that you can find all kinds of ways to use it.

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OTR Links 07/03/2019


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