Suburban areas leading growth in the Toronto census metropolitan area housing market
The title of the map is "Suburban areas leading growth in the Toronto census metropolitan area housing market"
This figure displays a map of the census subdivisions (CSDs) in and surrounding the Toronto census metropolitan area (CMA).
Each CSD is coloured from light blue to dark purple based on ranges of growth rate of the housing stock from 2018 to 2019. The darker the colour, the higher the growth rate of housing stock associated with the CSD.
The map shows that the housing stock grew faster in CSDs outside of the core of the Toronto CMA.
Category 1 is coloured light blue and represents rates between 0.0% and 0.6%. It comprises 18 CSDs.
Category 2 is coloured medium blue and represents rates between 0.7% and 1.3%. It comprises 21 CSDs.
Category 3 is coloured indigo and represents rates between 1.4% and 2.0%. It comprises 13 CSDs.
Category 4 is coloured light purple and represents rates between 2.1% and 3.0%. It comprises 13 CSDs.
Category 5 is coloured purple and represents rates between 3.1% and 5.0%. It comprises 7 CSDs.
Category 6 is coloured dark purple and represents rates between 5.1% and 13.3%. It comprises 4 CSDs.
Category 7 is coloured medium grey and is used for all areas within Canada where the data are not available.
Finally, category 8 is coloured pale grey and is used for the United States of America.
Source(s): Table 46-10-0054-01.
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