Canada to have the second highest real GDP growth in 2023 and 2024 among the G7 countries

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Canada to have the second highest real GDP growth in 2023 and 2024 among the G7 countries according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Canada is expected to have the second-highest growth in Real GDP (Gross Domestic Product) over the next two years. Indicators of a country’s economic health are often based on its real GDP. 

In 2023, the United States is expected to experience a growth in its real GDP of 1.6%, while Canada is expected to grow by 1.5%. For Canada’s most recent immigrants, this could mean an increase in job opportunities across the country, potentially leading to economic stability as a new permanent resident (PR).


A country’s real GDP growth is frequently an indicator of how wealthy its economy is. Growth in the real GDP also frequently follows boosts in economic prosperity and employment. This is due to the fact that during times with high real GDP growth, companies typically hire more workers in order to meet the growing demand for goods and services.

According to the IMF, People will frequently “have more money in their pockets” as a result of this increased productivity as real GDP rises in a country.


This is important for new immigrants to Canada as it indicates that more opportunities for employment may open available across the country. This will help them get a job that allows them to earn money and build a comfortable life in a new country. Additionally, having more money to spend is especially advantageous for immigrants to Canada because of the country’s volatile prices for everything from groceries to home utilities to transportation. The more disposable income newcomers have, the more likely it is that they will be able to build economic stability in the country.  

Since they are more likely to participate in the labor force, Canadian immigrants significantly contribute to actual GDP growth. This is also true since more people participate in the manufacturing of goods and services as a result of these newcomers. 

According to Canada’s Immigration Levels Plan 2023–2025, the country intends to accept 500,000 new immigrants a year until 2025. 


Overview of Canada and the G7 Countries

The G7 is an informal alliance of the seven most developed economies in the world, the G7 countries include the European Union, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Leaders, ministers, and decision-makers can have frank and open discussions at the G7 meeting. Canada is able to pursue both its domestic and international priorities as a G7 member and takes an important role on the global stage.


The G7 provides leadership at the global level and acts as a strong catalyst for topics that are later taken up by other opportunities with greater global and regional involvement. The G7 brings together the world’s top economies to shape global trends and address enduring, multidisciplinary concerns as well as newly emerging international crises. 

At the G7, Canada advanced its priorities for peace and security, climate change, gender equality, and the development of a sustainable global economy. Delivering goals that are important to Canadians has been enabled feasible by Canada’s transparent and inclusive relationship with domestic and international stakeholders.


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