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.
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.
The Looking West survey evaluates the feeling of alienation of Western Canadians. It probes people in regards to their feelings towards the federation and whether they understand tensions that rule the country.
Toronto Economic Indicators is a monthly publication produced by the Economic Development Division.
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 provides detailed area-level health related data of Toronto. It includes maps, data on demographic composition, socioeconomic status, diversity, crime, health services, parks, recreational facilities, grocery stores, schools, health living, fertility rate, disease, seniors etc.
Contains statistics and analysis on immigration, poverty, homelessness, quality of life, growth, ect. in Canadian municipalities.
The second edition of Historical Statistics of Canada was jointly produced by the Social Science Federation of Canada and Statistics Canada in 1983.
This resource provides access to the 1944 through 2000 County and City Data Books. This service provides the opportunity to create custom printouts and/or customized data subsets (subsets only available for 1988-2000).