Urban Toronto’s Growth to Watch For Takes Stock of Toronto’s West End: Feb. 8, 2017 Urban Toronto article

Population change between 2011 and 2016 by percentage by census tract, Toronto. Source: This Census Canada image is available from varied media outlets, including the Urban Toronto article for which a link is provided at the page you are now reading.

Population change between 2011 and 2016 by percentage by census tract, Toronto. Source: This Statistic Canada image is available from varied sources, including on Twitter as well as the Urban Toronto article for which a link is provided at the page you are now reading.

A Feb. 8, 2017 Urban Toronto article is entitled: “UT’s Growth to Watch For Takes Stock of Toronto’s West End.”

The article includes a link to a Jan. 20, 2017 Urban Toronto article entitled: “Growth to Watch For 2017: South Etobicoke.”

Click on the image to enlarge it

Click here to access a February Statistics Canada overview of Census 2016 data >

Also of interest:

A February 2017 CBC interactive article is entitled: “Census 2016: Did the population in your hometown shrink or grow?”

A Feb. 8, 2017 CBC article is entitled: “Milton and other Toronto ‘outskirts’ growing fast, census data shows: Milton, King, Whitchurch-Stouffville all experienced high growth rates from 2011 to 2016.”

A Feb. 8, 2017 CBC article is entitled: “Census 2016: Big cities home to big share of 35 million Canadians: Rapid population growth in the West sees cities trying to limit urban sprawl.”

A Feb. 10, 2017 CBC article is entitled: “Census shows Conservatives still hold sway in Canada’s fastest growing regions: Population in Liberal and NDP ridings growing at slower pace.”

More Demographics

Click here to access Toronto Demographics portal at City of Toronto website >

Also of interest: Neighbourhood Change website.

A Feb. 12, 2017 World Economic Forum article is entitled: “5 charts that show what is happening to the middle class around the world.” I learned of the link through a Clarkson Today Twitter post, which has a link to a share by Sven Spengemann @SvenTrueNorth (Member of Parliament, Mississauga-Lakeshore).

A Feb. 13, 2017 Social Planning Toronto article is entitled: “New census report shows Toronto faces unprecedented density surge, leaving city struggling to keep pace.”

Click here to access the full report referred to in above-noted article >

 

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  1. douglas hanlon
    douglas hanlon says:

    douglas hanlon toronto city emergency houing 1950 longbranch army camp there was another storm coming to toronto 1954 hirrcane hazel claming 400 lifes haiti 81 lives southern ontairo creating 4000 homeless 1890 homeless in southern ontairo the creation of another 1950 longbranced army and another relocation of families breaking up relationships of young people never to see each other no more genodice to all their children kingdom on to one self and all the genodice to each generation not to be given birth on mother earth genodice to all the children to be given birth on mother earth were not given birth due to wars around mother earth an all their generations to be given on mother earth and the next and the next add up to trillions of children and all there social family friends children add up to genodice of trillion of our social family friend the forgoten children from the begining of time all an act of genodice our heavenly farther past by mother earth millions of years ago leaving his present with all the life given birth on mother earth there keeper of lift the heavenly farther his prensent is faith love spirit soul with all life on mother earth no matther how small they are protect them love them for heaven will be a lonely place with out them you are the keeper of all your social family friend you will never be alone for god present will be wrap around our mother earth in a soft heavenly light for eternity so no kingdom of one self will ever be alone

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  2. douglas hanlon
    douglas hanlon says:

    douglas hanlon 73 years of age longbranch army camp 1950 toronto emergency housing hurricane hazel 1954 continue to last reply will ever be alone genodice to ward earthly children given birth on earth kingdom prince kingdom princess joint of one flesh when their child is giving birth there heavenly childern are given birth in the house of the lord all our social family friends prince and princess joint of one flesh give birth to their child there heavenly children are given in birth in the house of the lord genodice on earth cause million of birth of heavenly children never to be given birth our and our social family friends genodice of all their generation to come to mother earth and heaven will be trillions never to be giving birth but not one soul shell parish for we are all in the hands of our heavenly farther pass by mother earth a million years ago leaving his present wrap around mother earth

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  3. Jaan Pill
    Jaan Pill says:

    Good to read your comments, Douglas. For certain, each of us brings our own, unique understanding of the meaning of our many experiences in life. It’s absolutely wonderful to know of your perspective, as a person who has had extensive first-hand experience of the postwar housing that was in place after the Second World War in the Toronto area. I find it of so much value, to read about your reflections about life and events at the emergency housing, such as at the Stanley Barracks, the Long Branch Army Camp, and elsewhere, that used to be in place.

    One of the things that you have noted, and that has stayed with me, is the thought that a child or adolescent would get to know many people, of their own age, and then all of a sudden, when a person moved to another emergency housing location, contact with that group of people would be lost. One day a person is with a group of people, that one has spent a lot of time with, and the next day that person is somewhere else. All contact with the previous group is often lost, under such circumstances. That is not an easy thing to go through.

    That is something that I think about with regard to my own life. Over the years, we meet so many people. We keep in touch with some, and lose touch with others. Keeping in touch with people, or renewing a connection from years and years ago, has tremendous value, whenever it can be arranged,

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  4. douglas hanlon
    douglas hanlon says:

    douglas hanlon 1950 emergency housing across canada coast to coast when any one grieve for a child a love one a child lost her or his way on mother earth a soldier kill a million soldier kill in wars from the begining of time a missing child a taken child never to return her mother grieve for every child there a tear in our heavenly father eye your grieve will be come his grieve the child the soldier all our social family friends children we all are in the hand of the lord there is never a moment we are alone from birth to returning to the house of our heavenly farther do not grieve for the soul the faith the love the spirit are all home with their heavenly brother sister given birth at the time the child was given birth on mother earth god wisdom

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  5. douglas hanlon
    douglas hanlon says:

    douglas hanlon 1950 emergency housing toronto in life who is a person responsbility for number 1 a kingdom on to one self a prince a princess joint of one flesh and there child the foundation of life faith love spirit soul earthly children heavenly children the purpose for heaven the purpose of god wisdom for god is a great story teller number 2 responsbilty protect all your social family friends a great way is to stop eating them eating salmon eat what whales eat shrimp lavae plankton crabs kill squip it all you need unless you live in the artic seals number 3 responsbility you are ten year old a prince your family menbers mother farther sister brother kingdoms of one self number 4 responsbility to all the mothers and their family and all our social family friends mothers and their familys number 5 responsbiliy provide a home for each kingdom of one self no one given birth on mother earth live with another kingdom of one of one self a motell will do prince and princess joint of one flesh 12 rooms motell

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  6. douglas hanlon
    douglas hanlon says:

    douglas hanlon emergency housing 1950 toronto a few new ideas for urban toronto growth takes stock of toronto west end urban and housing across canada last reply every one needs their own space to create and put together their own home for them and all their social family friends no need to mother earth is only a grain of sand but has rooms that each kingdom of one self has their own room even if it a mortell 12 rooms god wisdom a tree house for each kindom

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