Find information on the city of Toronto and regional economies, including data on key indicators such as employment characteristics and real estate activity, as well as social, financial and demographic characteristics.
How is Toronto Doing? In order to answer this question, Toronto measures its performance to identify where we are doing well and where more effort or new approaches are needed. This knowledge strengthens the City's accountability and enhances transparency to everyone. Toronto also monitors how well it does internationally based on various world ranking studies conducted throughout the year. Website provides a dashboard, reports, and rankings.
Freely available datasets from the City of Toronto. Includes statistics on emergency services, budget, bikeways, childcare, city wards, food banks, public health, elections, economic indicators, festival & events, forest and land cover, parking, lobbyism, permits, parks, etc.
Climatic data, including daily and total minimum, maximum and mean temperature, rainfall, snowfall, and total precipitation, for Toronto (6138350), Ontario.
The Public Safety Data Portal is intended to improve the understanding of policing, improve transparency and enhance confidence through the creation and use of open data for public safety in Toronto.
Demographic profiles reflect the results of the 2011 & 2006 Censuses and provide key information on the social and economic fabric of the City for 44 Wards, 4 Community Councils and 140 neighbourhoods. This include variables like population density, population change, visible minorities, household income, low income and other key demographic indicators reveals the changing fabric of the city.