The Atlas of One Delta cited in Vital Signs Report!
Every year, the Toronto Foundation partners with diverse researchers to produce Toronto’s Vital Signs Report. The Report is compiled from current studies and provides a consolidated snapshot of the trends and issues affecting the quality of life in Toronto.
With the Vital Signs Report, the aim of the Toronto Foundation is to inspire civic engagement and provide focus for public debate by being a resource for residents, businesses, community organizations, universities and colleges, and government departments.
This year the report cites research and uses data visualization made by the IwB students and staff for the Gateway Cities project, namely information and analysis for the IwB’s major publication called The Atlas of One Delta.
The Report uses IwB findings on Toronto’s housing and public safety challenges, environment and agricultural developments in our region as well as looks at how well Toronto fares in tourism in comparison to other major cities.
We invite you to see our contribution in the Vital Signs Report!
View our research on the vitality of our region in The Atlas for One Delta.
About the Toronto Foundation
Established in 1981, the Toronto Foundation is one of 191 Community Foundations in Canada. It is a leading independent charitable foundation that connects philanthropy to community needs and opportunities.
* text reference and some image use courtesy of the Toronto Foundation