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Greater Toronto Area (GTA), an urban area that has a total population ranked 52 in the top 100 in the world and  geographically
located along the Lake of Ontario (Central Ontario, Canada) with a land area of 7,125 sq km (approximately 150 km x 50 km), is the
most populated region in Canada  with a very fast growing population of 5,081,825 people (713 people / sq km, 2001 Census) that
increased from 1996 to 2001by 8.91% vs. 4.00% increase in the rest of Canada (one of the lowest growth recorded), with a high
concentration of well educated and professional individuals (with Doctoral Degrees, Ph.D., Masters Degrees, etc.), booming economy
(GDP = C$89.5 billion/year), and with more than 300 Veterinary Hospitals (One Animal Hospital / 16,716 people) concentrated in this
particular area.
GTA and Median Income
for Both Sexes (Male & Female) and Family:
Colleges / Universities
      in
GTA:

Sheridan College                - Oakville

George Brown College      - Toronto

Ontario College Art             - Toronto

Ryerson Polytechnical
Inst                                        - Toronto

St. Michael's College         - Toronto

The Ontario Institute For
Studies in Education         - Toronto

Trinity College                     - Toronto

University of Toronto          - Toronto

Centennial College  - Scarborough

Durham College                - Oshawa

*In Canada there is 170 Colleges
and 60 Universities (total 230).

*In the Province of Ontario there is
24 Colleges and 18 Universities
(total 42).

*Total Population within the Province
of Ontario: 11,363,000 people

*Total Population in Canada:
29,994,000 people

*Policing By The Numbers:
(a) Police to population ratio:
  Toronto  - 1:509
  Peel        - 1:623
  Durham - 1:771
  York        - 1:816
(b) Toronto Police Services Budget:
   in 2005: $693,403,200 (+24.41%
   from the year 2000)
                       (905 area) YORK (2001 population: 729,254)
Land Area: 1,761.54 sq km;      Median Family Income: $75,678.00 (+19.02% from 1996)
                                      Median Income (both sexes): $28,566.00 (+14.74% from 1996)
           1996 population: 592,445 and from 1996 to 2001 increased (+) by 23.09%

City                      Median Income                                           Median Family
                    above 15 years (both sexes)                                Income
                                 in 2001 / Year (increase + by % from 1996)

Markham             $25,290.00 (+  6.83%)                                     $72,585.00 (+12,19%)
Vaughan             $29,865.00 (+22.59%)                                     $78,324.00 (+22.51%)
Richmond Hill     $27,975.00 (+14.45%)                                     $77,972.00 (+30.05%)
Newmarket          $30,506.00 (+  9.95%)                                     $80,225.00 (+21.51%)
Aurora                 $34,595.00 (+12.48%)                                     $88,459.00 (+17.42%)
Georgina             $25,789.00 (+11.82%)                                     $60,494.00 (+20.82%)
Whitchurch
-Stouffville            $30,479.00 (+13.88%)                                      $82,860.00 (+24.39%)
East Gwillimbury $30,273.00 (+  8.13%)                                      $78,101.00 (+16.30%)
King Township    $35,705.00 (+32.81%)                                      $86,726.00 (+21.97%)
                      (905 area) PEEL (2001 population: 988,948)
Land Area: 1,241.93 sq km;     Median Family Income: $67,387.00 (+16.08% from 1996)
                                     Median Income (both sexes): $27,969.00 (+13.18% from 1996)
          1996 population: 852,526 and from 1996 to 2001 increased (+) by 16.00%

City                      Median Income                                           Median Family
                    above 15 years (both sexes)                                Income
                                 in 2001 / Year (increase + by % from 1996)

Mississauga         $27,467.00 (+11.88%)                                    $67,767.00 (+18.07%)
Brampton            $27,957.00 (+11.24%)                                    $66,682.00 (+16.05%)
Caledon              $32,932.00 (+17,40%)                                    $84,223.00 (+21.35%)
Woodbridge               not available                                                   not available
Aurora                        not available                                                   not available
                      (905 area) HALTON (2001 population: 375,229)
Land Area: 967.5 sq km           Median Family Income: $82,714.00 (+19.91% from 1996)
                                     Median Income (both sexes): $31,746.00 (+13.32% from 1996)
          1996 population: 339,875 and from 1996 to 2001 increased (+) by 10.40%

City                      Median Income                                          Median Family
                    above 15 years (both sexes)                               Income
                                 in 2001 / Year (increase + by % from 1996)

Burlington           $30,559.00 (+11.96%)                                    $78,066.00 (+17.85%)
Oakwill                $33,828.00 (+14.45%)                                    $90,920.00 (+23.03%)
Halton Hills         $31,573.00 (+17.06%)                                    $80,223.00 (+23.63%)
Milton                 $30,241.00 (+11,28%)                                    $79,876.00 (+17.94%)
Flamborough             not available                                                   not available
                (416 area) TORONTO (2001 population: 2,481,494)
Land Area: 629.91 sq km;        Median Family Income: $54,377.00 (+34,50% from 1996)
                                    Median Income (both sexes): $23,491.00 (+17.57% from 1996)
         1996 population: 2,358,421 and from 1996 to 2001 increased (+) by 4.02%

City                      Median Income                                           Median Family
                    above 15 years (both sexes)                                Income
                                                       as of 1996 Census

Scarborough        $19,043.00
Toronto                $20,716.00                                                       $46,630.00
North York            $19,297.00                                                       $45,563.00
York                     $18,071.00                                                        $38,828.00
Etobicoke            $21,745.00                                                        $49,270.00
East York             $21,610.00                                                        $45,563.00
Thornhill            not available                                                     not available
Sources / References:
(for: Page A and Page B - GTA Statistics)

1.
John Robert Colombo. The 1995 Canadian
Global Almanac
2. FP Markets-Canadian Demographics 1999
Financial Post; 72 Edition
3. 2001 Census-Statistics of Canada
Profile
of Census-Divisions Subdivisions
Minister of Industry, Vol. I and Vol. II,
February 2004
4.
Brian Gray. New Faces Give Toronto
Edge
. The Toronto Sun, January 22, 2003,
page 38-39
5.
David Blumenfeld. Newcomer Optimism
Turns To Despair
. The Toronto Sun,
January 22, 2003, page 38
6.
Jason Tchir. Classrooms Show the City's
Diversity
. The Toronto Sun, January 22,
2003, page 39
7.
John Dverel. Canadian Move Out of the
Big Cities
. The Toronto Star, December 11,
2002, page A3
8.
Sarah Green. Minorities Change the Face
of Toronto
. The Toronto Sun, March 23,
2005, page 7
9.
Rob Granatstein & Joe Warmington. Cops
Turn Up The Heat.
The Toronto Sun,
November 1, 2005, pages 4-5

and others......
              (905 area) DURHAM (2001 population: 506,901)
Land Area: 2,523.48 sq km;     Median Family Income: $71,274.00 (+25.23% from 1996)
                                     Median Income (both sexes): $29,246.00 (+10.83% from 1996)
         1996 population: 458,616 and from 1996 to 2001 increased (+) by 10.52%

City                       Median Income                                          Median Family
                     above 15 years (both sexes)                               Income
                                  in 2001 / Year (increase + by % from 1996)

Oshawa                $25,249.00 (+ 8.93%)                                    $60,642.00 (+29.23%)
Whitby                  $31,806.00 (+ 9.48%)                                    $80,562.00 (+18.67%)
Pickering*             $31,344.00 (+ 7.30%)                                    $80,264.00 (+18.57%)
Ajax                      $30,870.00 (+ 7.10%)                                    $74,785.00 (+18.62%)
Bowmanwville            not available                                                   not available
Clarington             $30,084.00 (+10.01%)                                    $71,203.00 (+20.91%)
Scugog                 $26,150.00 (+  4.51%)                                    $68,301.00 (+19.36%)
Uxbridge TP         $29,486.00 (+15.58%)                                     $73,607.00 (+15.95%)
Brock Township    $22,779.00 (+18.11%)                                     $57,359.00 (+43.33%)

   * nuclear facilities (Nuclear Power Station)
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