Find detailed demographic information about Toronto neighbourhoods, prepared by the City's Social Policy Analysis & Research Unit.
Click on the map to find the demographic characteristics of the people and households for that Ward.
Since 1983, Toronto's City Planning Division has monitored the City's employment by conducting an annual survey of businesses.
The Profile Toronto bulletin series, created by the Research and Information unit of the City Planning Division, provides in-depth studies of population, employment, development activity, housing and economic trends.
The survey was carried out in 2011 to help assess the present policies for Downtown and the Centres and to understand the housing needs and quality of life issues of people living in these areas of the City
The fourth largest city in North America and Canada’s economic powerhouse, Toronto is a dynamic hub for culture, creativity and innovation. We have a quality of life that is second to none and economic opportunities that are among the best in the world. Toronto is the whole package in one place." Mayor John Tory, City of Toronto
Toronto is Canada’s business and financial capital, a growing financial hub in North America, and a top 10 global financial centre.
Annual business operating costs are significantly lower in Toronto than in many leading international centres.
Toronto is growing with strong development prospects helping to bring more people and jobs into the city.