TORONTO HAS ROOM TO GROW: UPWARD - SAYS FRASER INSTITUTE

Jan 09, 2018

By Michael Kramer

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Whether you commute to Toronto or live here – many people would agree the city has a lot of  “people congestion.”

But a new study from the Fraser Institute says Toronto and other cities in Canada – are a lot less dense than other major cities around the world.
The study found there is a lot of room to grow in Toronto – especially upwards through population density.
Toronto comes in 19th on a list of 30 cities in high income and developed countries -with 4,457 people per square kilometre here.
Vancouver comes in as Canada’s densest city – with 5, 493.
By comparison – New York City is more than double Toronto’s density with almost 11,000 – but the highest density on the list belongs to  Hong Kong – with 25,719 people per square kilometre.
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