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Maps show Toronto's building and population boom
Those who live in Toronto know that the city's population is growing rapidly . Whether it be the cranes that dot the sky or the traffic on the roads, you don't need statistics to feel the effect of the increased number of people who call this place home. But beyond this lived experience, what does Toronto's population boom look like? The last census with detailed population data related to this city dates back to 2011 . That's an eternity when you consider the breakneck speed at which Toronto is growing, but a new report from the Canadian Urban Institute offers insight into the city's increased density via population profiles of 16 downtown neighbourhoods. There's plenty of fascinating information about each area in the report, but the bird's eye view is perhaps most fascinating. Without recent census data as a guide, the study uses development pipeline data to track "all built, active, and under review projects over a five-year timeframe, 2011 to 2015." The picture that emerges shows where Toronto's downt...
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