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  • Canada’s Most Popular Baby Names For 2015

    In December 2015, the Canadian Baby Center released its annual list of the top baby names selected by parents in Canada.

     

    During 2015, the most popular baby names chosen for boys born in Canada included: #1 Liam, #2 Jackson, #3 Logan, #4 Lucas, #5 Noah, #6 Ethan, #7 Jack, #8 William, #9 Jacob, #10 James, #11 Thomas,            #12 Alexander, #13 Oliver, #14 Mason, #15 Carter, #16 Benjamin, #17 Hunter, #18 Ryan, #19 Lincoln, and #20 Caleb.

     

    The favorite baby names given to girls in Canada in 2015 included: #1 Emma, #2 Olivia, #3 Sophia, #4 Zoe, #5 Emily, #6 Avery, #7 Isabella, #8 Charlotte, #9 Lily, #10 Ava, #11 Maya, #12 Aria, #13 Madelyn, #14 Mila, #15 Mia, #16 Chloe, #17 Abigail, #18 Ella, #19 Madison, and #20 Isabelle.

     

    These are the 20 most frequently selected baby names for boys and girls born in Canada during 2015. The full list containing the top 100 names for boys and girls born in Canada during 2015 can be found on the Canadian Baby Center website.

     

    While on the topic of Canadian babies, the World Health Organization (WHO) reports that babies born in Canada in 2013 can be expected to live 82 years on average. In terms of gender, WHO also reports that girls born in Canada during 2013 have an average life expectancy of 84 years, while boys born in Canada during 2013 on average can expect to live 80 years. As these figures reveal, children born in Canada have some of the highest average life expectancies on Earth.

     

    Babies born in Canada tend to live much longer than children born in many other countries for a variety of reasons, including access to free basic healthcare, good nutrition, excellent educational opportunities, and life in one of the most peaceful and prosperous countries in the world.

     

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