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February 7, 2005
Key Facts 2004 now available
Once again, the City of Toronto is providing key facts for sale to the public.
Key Facts 2004 is a compilation of the most up-to-date information highlighting
the socio-economic characteristics, physical infrastructure and municipal
services in the City of Toronto and the surrounding area. It provides a quick
reference of frequently used information for members of the public, the
business community, City Council and City staff.

Published by the City Planning, Policy and Research, Key Facts 2004 includes
several pages of statistics on topics such as population, employment, economic
activity, housing, environment and transportation. Readers can learn, for
  • 2,481,500 people live in Toronto making it Canada's largest city. More than 1-in-5 Ontario residents live in the city. Toronto's population is expected to reach 3 million by 2031.
  • The City of Toronto is the centre of corporate activity in Canada. In 2003, 203 head offices were located in the city.
  • Toronto contains a vast array of green spaces with parkland and natural areas comprising close to 30% of the city's total land area. Complementing these green spaces are more than 200 kilometers of pedestrian and bicycle pathways.

For a copy of this informative document, please contact:

Access Toronto Publications Centre
Toronto City Hall
100 Queen Street West
Main floor
Toronto, Ontario M5H 2N2
Telephone: 416-392-7410
Fax: 416-338-0685

You can also download and use the order form provided on the centre's Web site
at: cations/ordering_pubs.htm

Media contact:
Tom Ostler, Manager, Research and Information, Urban Development Services,



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