If you’re here, it may be because you’ve noticed a Proliferation billboard. If you’re here it may be because you, too, are curious as to why workers are becoming scarce in Canada, especially wherever the economy is particularly heated.

Maybe you’ve looked hard, but you can’t seem to find qualified workers, or even anyone you can train. 

Well, we can’t solve your problems in a day, but you can help Canadian society plan for tomorrow. One of the lesser-known reasons why you, as an employer, may be having difficulty finding workers is that Canada has, long ago, aborted them.

The fact is that there would be over 1.3 million more workers in the Canadian economy today (who would be between ages 18 and 38) had Canada not chosen to allow abortions in 1970. To make matters even worse, there will be a further absence of another 1.8 million employees who would have been born in the years between 1991 and 2008. Since 1992, Canada has aborted at least 100,000 children per year.

When you combine this demographic reality with the fact that Baby-Boomers (born 1945-1964) are beginning to retire in droves over the next decade, Canada’s economic growth may stall significantly if the social and moral climate of this country does not change. 

Where have all our workers gone?

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According to Statistics Canada’s own numbers (both established and projected), Canadians have aborted over 3 million children in the last 38 years.

With over 3 million baby-boomers set to retire in the next 10 years, how is Canada going to replace these workers?

Isn’t it time we started questioning those social policies that allow individualistic selfishness to destroy the economic gains that this country has made since WWII?

Like other western nations, Canada will either have to import workers from countries that have not tended to abort their next generation, or simply accept the fact that our economy will shrink relative to other nations...