The baby-boom period (1946 to 1965) was a time when couples married relatively young and by current standards had large families.Today the trend for an aging population continues and there are more couples without children, and couples are less likely to marry early and have children.
During the Great Depression the rate fell, presumably related to high unemployment and negative economic conditions.
Canadians Are Slower and More Reserved"There's a slower pace in Vancouver. People want to see if there's potential right away and not waste time."- Jennifer,* 23, Vancouver, now lives in NYC"I think that in general Torontonians (and I say this because different parts of Canada are quite different) tend to be a bit more reserved at the initial stages of meeting.
People are less forward when it comes to approaching or meeting new people and don't talk to strangers often.
Whether you find your future partner on a popular TV show or through a mutual friend, dating has a much more serious tone—you’re in it to win it. However, for the younger generation, cuddling or even a quick peck is fine.
All the same, I personally think that PDA in China carries different meaning from what one might see in Canada.