The profile includes characteristics such as population, age, sex, dwellings, families, marital status, language, ethnic origin, education, employment and income at census metropolitan areas, census division and census tract levels.
The profile includes characteristics such as population, age, sex, dwellings, families, marital status and language at census metropolitan areas, census division and census tract levels. Please note that the National Household Survey has replaced questions previously asked in the 2006 long-form census.
The profile includes characteristics such as population, age, sex, dwellings, families, marital status, language, aboriginal peoples, education, ethnic origin and visible minorities, immigration and citizenship, income and earnings, labour, mobility and migration, and place of work and commuting to work at census metropolitan areas, census division and census tract levels.
Includes statistics on population density, population change, visible minorities, household income and low income and other key demographic indicators reveals the changing fabric of the city.
Publicly available data form the City of Toronto on a variety of topics including but not limited to city governance, environment, transit, public safety and water.
Toronto Economic Indicators provide a monthly snapshot of the regional economy, and includes data on key indicators including employment, unemployment, real estate activity, transit ridership, social indicators, financial indicators, and innovation
The City Planning Division’s Policy & Research conducts a survey with every business establishment in the City of Toronto. The survey collects information about the number of employees working there, and the type of work that is taking place.
The City of Toronto neighbourhoods are based on Statistics Canada census tracts and include several city blocks and have on average about 4,000 people.
Includes 2011 and 2006 Census data adjusted to City of Toronto ward boundaries.
The City of Toronto provides a web-based measurement and visualization tool that helps evaluate community wellbeing across the city’s 140 neighbourhoods. Using geographic information software, Wellbeing Toronto allows you to select, combine and weight the significance of a number of indicators that monitor neighbourhood wellness.
An annual consolidated snapshot identifying the trends and issues affecting the quality of life in Toronto.
Includes: Shooting & Homicide YTD Stats Charts, Shootings Map, Homicides Map, Crime Indicators, Annual Statistical Reports.