Toronto demonstrates low levels of integration with regard to the economic, social and health domains, but has high levels of civic and democratic participation.
This dimension includes eight indicators drawn from the 2011 Census. Toronto ranks mid-range on wages and low-income measures, but ranks lower on other measures of economic integration (e.g., employment and unemployment status, non-official language at work).
This dimension includes six indicators drawn from the 2013 General Social Survey. Toronto ranks high for sense of belonging to Canada, but ranks low on all other measures of social integration including sense of belonging to the province.
This dimension includes four indicators drawn from the 2013 General Social Survey. Toronto ranks high in terms of involvement with organizations in the past 5 years, but low in terms of unpaid volunteer work in the past 12 months.
This dimension includes five indicators drawn from the 2014 Canadian Community Health Survey. Toronto ranks moderately high for having a medical doctor, but ranks moderately low on several other health indicators (e.g. self-perceived life stress and unmet health care needs).