Reports & Data Centre
- Economic Overview
- City of Toronto 2015 Economic Dashboard - Annual Summary
- Population Estimates (intercensal)
- Labour Force Survey (LFS) Summary
- LFS Industry Profiles
- Labour Force Survey Annual ivt Tables on Open Data
- Household Spending Survey
- Building Permit Summary
- New Non-Residential Developments
- Toronto Employment Survey
- GTA Industrial Property Tax Per Sq. Ft. 1998-2016
- Current City of Toronto Tax Rates
- International Rankings
- For Municipal finances for City of Toronto click here.
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2011 NHS and Census
Every five years, Statistics Canada collects detailed demographic data about Canadian residents. In 2011 the long-form census was replaced with the voluntary National Household Survey (NHS).
Canadian census and NHS data are not corrected for undercoverage. Although Statistics Canada makes a great effort to count every person, in each census a notable number of people are left out for a variety of reasons. For example, people may be traveling, some dwellings are hard to find, and some people simply refuse to participate.Statistics Canada takes this into account and estimates an ‘undercoverage’ rate for each urban region (CMA), but not for municipalities. The estimated net undercoverage rate for the Toronto CMA was 4.69% in 2011.
Place of Residence (POR) and Place of Work (POW)
Census/NHS data are collected where people live (ie by Place of Residence); however, census/NHS data are also coded to where the respondent works (ie Place of Work). When analyzing Canada-wide data, the distinction is usually not very important and we can use the terms "jobs" and "employed residents" interchangeably. For small areas and even for municipal and regional data the distinction is, however, very important. In 2011, according to NHS data, 197,000 people commuted out of the city of Toronto (largely to 905 municipalities) each day to work, while 454,000 non-residents commuted into the city of Toronto each day.
Census/NHS employment data by Place of Residence are divided into three groups. In 2011, according to NHS, the City of Toronto had 1,269,155 employed residents. Of those employed residents 1,034,130 work in a workplace, 87,795 work at home and another 140,480 have no usual place of work. Only workers in the first two categories are coded to a place of work.
- Census 2011 Basic Profile (short-form)
- NHS 2011 Basic Profile (replaces long-form)
- Employment Establishments by size, industry and census tracts
- Census Tract Reference Maps
- Ward Profiles
- Neighbourhood Profiles
- Business Improvement Area statistics
- Well Being Toronto - A map-based visualization tool that allows a user to combine census tract level data from a number of datasets
- Current Planning Applications
- Current Active Building Permits available through Open Data
Please click on the map to view a larger version.
Click on the image for detailed Census Tract data.