Unanimously approved by City Council on November 3, 2015, TO Prosperity draws on the experiences and ideas of hundreds of Toronto residents from all parts of the city, and sets a bold vision to build a city with opportunities for all.
Participants are challenged to develop ideas that support the strategy and poverty-related issues. Coding and data analysis experience welcome, but not necessary. Learn more
Thank you to the 4,503 residents who participated in the Transit Fare Equity Survey! Results will be made available soon. Learn more about this initiative...
Learn more about the new City of Toronto Social Procurement Program, unanimously approved by City Council on May 4, 2016.
The Toronto Poverty Reduction Strategy aims to address three worrying socioeconomic trends.
TO Prosperity is grounded on a broad and exclusive community engagement process.
The Toronto Public Library has compiled a useful, compelling reading list of material related to income and poverty.
Access and browse profiles, maps and other statistical data. Topics include population groups, housing characteristics, languages, income and more.