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Greater Toronto Area (GTA) - geographically is located in the central area of the Province of Ontario (Canada) among Lakes
of Ontario, Erie and Huron, and is divided into 5 districts:
Toronto, Halton, Peel, York and Durham.
GTA: Total Area: 7,124.46 sq km (approximately 150 km x 50 km);    - Population in 1996: 4,628,883;    - Population in 2001 (Census): 5,081,825;
- GTA Population Increased from '96 to '01 by 8.91%;                         - Population Density: 713 people/sq km;
- Expected Population in 2017: 7,147,500 (increase by 40.64%);          - Total Number of Animal Hospitals: 304 (One Hospital / 16,716 people);
- Nationally (from'96 to '01) Canadian population increased by 4%, one of the lowest growth rates recorded
GTA and Economy:
(as of Census 2001)
Revenue of $21 billion is generated as follows:
Personal Income Tax:                                             $8.4 billion
Retail Sales Taxes                                                  $4.8 billion
Corporate Taxes:                                                     $3.6 billion
Excise Taxes:                                                          $3.3 billion
Energy & Fuel Taxes:                                                 $729 million
Vehicle Registration Fees:                                          $134 million
 
TOTAL:                                                              $21.0 billion
The City of Toronto's Gross Domestic Product
(
GDP, in the total amount of $89.5 billion) is
larger than Canada's four Atlantic Provinces
combined, and
generates revenue of $21
billion
/year for the Provincial and Federal
Governments.
Toronto's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by sectors:
Financial Services -                                  30%
Commercial Services -                             19%
Manufacturing -                                       19%
Wholesale & Merchandise -                     11%
Non-commercial Services -                      11%
Transportation & Communication -            9%
Public Administration & Defense -             5%
Utilities -                                                    3%
Construction -                                             1%
Government 2001
(1st recession ended in 2001)
(2nd recession - 2008 - 2009)
The City of Toronto is receiving back from the Provincial and Federal
          Governments
$17 billion/year in the form of:

1. Payments-in-lieu of Taxes (on Provincial & Federal Properties):   $201million
2. Grants to City (Mostly Provincial funding for programs such as
social assistance, public health, day care):                                 $1.1 billion
3. Transfers (Old Age Security, EI Benefits):                                   $2.9 billion
4. Federal Departments ( Building costs for Governmental
Depts. like immigration, defense, environment):                        $4.0 billion
5. Direct Provincial Spendings (health care, highway
maintenance, school boards, colleges, universities):                  $9.0 billion
GTA and Population (as of Census 2001):
                            (905 area) YORK (2001 population: 729,254)
Land Area: 1,761.54 sq km;          Median Family Income: $75,678 (+19.02% from 1996)
        1996 population: 592,445 and from 1996 to 2001 increased (+) by 23.09%

City                                   Population in 2001                               Animal Hospitals (2003)**
                              increased (+) % from 1996                  (total number: 44 Hospitals)
                                                                                           (1 Hospital / 16,573 people)

Markham                       208,615 (+20.32%)                                                8 ('03)
Vaughan                       182,022 (+37.32%)                                                0 ('03)
Richmond Hill               132,030 (+29.79%)                                             10 ('03)
Newmarket                      65,788 (+15.16%)                                              12 ('03)
Aurora                             40,167 (+15.23%)                                                7 ('03)
Georgina                         39,263 (+12.89%)                                                0 ('03)
Whitchurch
-Stouffville                        22,008 (+10.95%)                                              4 ('03)
East Gwillimbury             20,555 (+ 3.97%)                                                0 ('03)
King Township                18,533 (+ 1.70%)                                                3 ('03)
          **According to The College of Veterinarians of Ontario (CVO) 2003 Directory  
Visible Minority:

in the Year     2001              2017

South Asian        488,000            1,267,700

Chinese              420,700               898,600

Blacks               318,200               538,600

Filipino             137,400               238,800

West Asian          54,000               178,600

Latin America       75,300               151,200

Arab Countries     43,500               131,200

Korean                41,100               104,600

South-East Asian   55,100                97,000

Japanese              16,400                24,400

Other Visible
Minorities          102,800              177,800

TOTAL -    1,752,600             3,294,600

Other NON-
Visible           3,044,600             3,294,600

Total Population
of Toronto        4,797,200           7,1476,500

* South Asian - India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka

* According to Statistics Canada 2001 the
Chinese population (in GTA) is currently the
fastest growing minority group of 420,700
(living in 7 Chinatowns, as of 2006),
followed by the Italian population of 206,325
people.

* Canada's visible minorities will become a
younger population - it is expected that in 2017
the median age will be 35.5 compared with
36.4 median age of the rest of the Canadian
population.

* Many immigrants coming to GTA are very
highly skilled and very well educated
individuals holding very often their PhD's
degrees (in e.g. biology, chemistry,
accounting, physics) additionally to a number
of individuals who are trained as medical doctors.

* Following the Census 2001 from Statistics
Canada in the Toronto Metropolitan Area 2.7
million people or 57.7% of the population list
English as their first language.
                     (905 area) PEEL (2001 population: 988,948)
Land Area: 1,241.93 sq km;          Median Family Income: $67,387 (+16.08% from 1996)
        1996 population: 852,526 and from 1996 to 2001 increased (+) by 16.00%

City                                    Population in 2001                               Animal Hospitals (2003)**
                              increased (+) % from 1996                  (total number: 60 Hospitals)
                                                                                           (1 Hospital / 16,482 people)

Mississauga                    612,925 (+12.59%)                                           41 ('03)
Brampton                       325,428 (+21.31%)                                           15 ('03)
Caledon                            50,595 (+26.82%)                                             5 ('03)
Woodbridge                                                                                               4 ('03)
Aurora                                                                                                        5 ('03)
            
**According to The College of Veterinarians of Ontario (CVO) 2003 Directory
              (905 area) HALTON (2001 population: 375,229)
Land Area: 967.5 sq km;               Median Family Income: $82,714 (+19.91% from 1996)
        1996 population: 339,875 and from 1996 to 2001 increased (+) by 10.40%

City                                   Population in 2001                                Animal Hospitals (2003)**
                              increased (+) % from 1996                   (total number: 41 Hospitals)
                                                                                             (1 Hospital / 9,151 people)

Burlington                     150,836 (+12.11%)                                              18 ('03)
Oakwill                           144,738 (+12.71%)                                             16 ('03)
Halton Hill                        48,184 (+13.66%)                                               0 ('03)
Milton                               31,471 (- 1.97%)                                                 7 ('03)
Flamborough                                                                                               1 ('03)
            
**According to The College of Veterinarians of Ontario (CVO) 2003 Directory
        (416 area) TORONTO (2001 population: 2,481,494)
Land Area: 629.91 sq km;             Median Family Income: $54,377 (+34,45% from 1996)
        1996 population: 2,358,421 and from 1996 to 2001 increased (+) by 4.02%

City                                 Population in 2001                                 Animal Hospitals (2003)**
                            increased (+) % from 1996                    (total number: 128 Hospitals)
                                                                                            (1 Hospital / 19,386 people)

Scarborough               593,297 (+ 6.14%)                                                28 ('03)
Toronto                       676,332 (+2.85%)                                                 75 ('03)
North York                   608,288 (+ 3.16%)                                                  4 ('03)
York                            150,255 (+ 2.47%)                                                   0 ('03)
Etobicoke                    338,117 (+ 2.85%)                                                14 ('03)
East York                     115,185 (+ 6.82%)                                                   1 ('03)
Thornhill                                                                                                     6 ('03)
            
**According to The College of Veterinarians of Ontario (CVO) 2003 Directory
        (905 area) DURHAM (2001 population: 506,901)
Land Area: 2,523.48 sq km;          Median Family Income: $71,274 (+25.23% from 1996)
        1996 population: 458,616 and from 1996 to 2001 increased (+) by 10.52%

City                                 Population in 2001                                 Animal Hospitals (2003)**
                           increased (+) % from 1996                    (total number: 31 Hospitals)
                                                                                          (1 Hospital / 16,352 people)

Oshawa                      139,051 (+ 3.48%)                                                 9 ('03)
Whitby                          87,413 (+18.45%)                                                7 ('03)
Pickering
*                    87,139 (+10.31%)                                                5 ('03)
Ajax                             73,753 (+ 14.46%)                                                4 ('03)
Bowmanwville                                                                                          3 ('03)
Clarington                    69,834 (+15.20%)                                                  0 ('03)
Scugog                        20,224 (+  7.27%)                                                  0 ('03)
Uxbridge TP                17,377 (+ 9.41%)                                                  3 ('03)
Brock Township           12,110 (+ 3.46%)                                                   0 ('03)
               
* nuclear facilities (Nuclear Power Station)
            **According to The College of Veterinarians of Ontario (CVO) 2003 Directory
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