Toronto Demographics

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.

News Highlights

Ward and Community Council Profiles


Ward Profiles

Click on the map to find the demographic characteristics of the people and households for that Ward.


Community Council Area Profiles

The Community Council Profiles provide a portrait of the demographic characteristics of the people and households in each Community Council district area.


Ward Health Profiles

The Ward Health Profiles include selected demographic and health status indicators for each of Toronto's 44 wards.

Neighbourhood Profiles


Neighbourhood Profiles

Find detailed demographic information about Toronto neighbourhoods, prepared by the City's Social Policy Analysis & Research Unit.


NIA Profiles

Demographic profiles & maps of the 2014 Neighbourhood Improvement Areas (NIAs) and 2005 Priority Areas. 

Toronto Surveys


Toronto Employment Survey

Since 1983, Toronto's City Planning Division has monitored the City's employment by conducting an annual survey of businesses.

Living in Downtown and the Centres

Living in Downtown and the Centres (2011)

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.

Data Resources


Facts About Toronto

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.

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The SPAR Monitor Newsletter

The SPAR Monitor is a biweekly newsletter sent out by the Social Policy Analysis & Research unit of the Social Development, Finance and Administration division at the City of Toronto.