Welcome to the Toronto Demographics portal. Access and browse demographics information for the City of Toronto. You will find information from a variety of sources such as Statistics Canada`s Census and the City of Toronto. Get information on population groups, housing characteristics, languages, income and more. You will also be able to access reports, mapping tools and key surveys for the City of Toronto.
The Toronto Profile bulletin "How Does The City Grow? - Revised June 2015" provides an overview of where and how the City is growing.
The 2014 Toronto Employment Survey Bulletin is available. This bulletin summarizes the results of the 32nd annual Toronto Employment Survey, providing an analysis of changes in Toronto's economy over the past decade.
This report details historical and spatial patterns of low income (poverty) within the City of Toronto using 2006 Census data.
This presentation provides information on Toronto's Aboriginal community using data from the 2006 Census.
A new fact sheet looks at Toronto neighbourhoods with large releases of air pollutants, neighbourhoods with high rates of poverty, and those with both challenges.
This presentation provides information on Toronto's 65+ population in terms of numbers, gender, diversity, households and families, housing and income - all based on the 2006 census.
The City of Toronto supports community groups in their efforts to enhance the wellbeing of Toronto's citizens. It recognizes the importance of having low-cost access to data in order to better understand and respond to population trends in their communities.
Click on the map to find the demographic characteristics of the people and households for that Ward.
The Community Council Profiles provide a portrait of the demographic characteristics of the people and households in each Community Council district area.
The Ward Health Profiles include selected demographic and health status indicators for each of Toronto's 44 wards.
Since 1983, Toronto's City Planning Division has monitored the City's employment by conducting an annual survey of businesses.
The Community Data Program is an initiative that provides a rich source of data about communities across Canada.