Divisional Profile


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.

Updates and Opportunities to Get Involved

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Year 1 Report to Community

We have completed Year One of TO ProsperityClick here to learn more about what we achieved in 2016 and where we are going in 2017.

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Toronto Fair Pass Program

On December 14, 2016, City Council adopted the Fair Pass Program, a major step in making public transit more affordable to low-income Torontonians. Learn more here.

Social Procurement

Learn more about the new City of Toronto Social Procurement Program, unanimously approved by City Council on May 4, 2016

Toronto Poverty Reduction Strategy

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Poverty in Toronto

The Toronto Poverty Reduction Strategy aims to address three worrying socioeconomic trends.


Community Engagement

TO Prosperity is grounded on a broad and exclusive community engagement process.


Documents and Reports

Key Toronto Poverty Reduction Strategy documents and reports, including briefing notes and work plans.



Research on Poverty

Recent City documents and Toronto-focused reports related to poverty reduction.


Reading List

The Toronto Public Library has compiled a useful, compelling reading list of material related to income and poverty.


Demographics Portal

Access and browse profiles, maps and other statistical data. Topics include population groups, housing characteristics, languages, income and more.


Wellbeing Toronto

Explore Toronto's neighbourhoods with our a map visualization tool. Evaluate community well-being across Toronto's neighbourhoods on a number of factors, such as crime, transportation or housing.