Toronto Map: Ethnic Populations In Toronto’s Four Community Councils

The first map allows you to see each of the four community council areas in the city of Toronto. Clicking on the numbers will take you to the individual Ward statistics and clicking on the community council names will take you to a map of each of the council areas. The statistics showing country of origin are found below the first map. Scroll down to see maps of visible minorities and location of recent immigrants. Scarborough Community Council Total Population: Top 10 Ethnic Origin Groups: No. of People: Top 10 Home Language Groups: No. of People:                     602,575 1 Chinese              114,470 1 Engilsh                    350,055 2 East Indian                57,355 2 Chinese, n.o.s.*                      38,275 3 Filipino                31,910 3 Cantonese                      37,780 4 Sri Lanka                27,300 4 Tamil                      35,620 5 Canadian                26,010 5 Mandarin                      14,165 6 English                17,855 6 Tagalog (Filipino)                      13,625 7 Jamican                17,770 7 Urdu                      11,070 8 Greek                11,595 8 Gujarati                        9,605 9 Italian                11,585 9 Bengali                        5,975 10 Scottish                  7,800 10 Persian (Farsi)                        5,860 * n.o.s. = not otherwise specified – all Chinese other than Cantonese, Mandarin, Taiwanese, Chaochow (Teochow), Fukien, Hakka and Shanghainese.   North York Community Council Total Population: Top 10 Ethnic Origin Groups: No. of People: Top 10 Home

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Toronto Neighbourhood Map

Toronto is made up of 44 Wards and 140 Neighbourhoods. These 3 maps will be of a great help in finding your way around the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). The first 2 maps are from the City of Toronto website. The last map is a real estate map of Toronto neighbourhoods with lots of useful information! City of Toronto Ward Map City of Toronto Neighbourhood Map Toronto Neighbourhoods Map

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Newcomer Maps

Provided By The City of Toronto. “The City of Toronto has a wide range of geographic data services and map products available.  From this page you can view map catalogue, obtain instructions on how to purchase, open the Toronto Maps application, and link to other services with mapping information” – from their website. See Map!

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Newcomers Network Map

This map, from The Peoples Church, shows partner organizations of the Newcomer Network as well as service organizations where newcomers can seek assistance and where volunteers can serve. “When a foreigner resides among you in your land, do not mistreat them. The foreigner residing among you must be treated as your native-born. Love them as yourself, for you were foreigners in Egypt. I am the Lord your God.” -Leviticus 19:33-34 This scripture passage is at the root of the vision for the Newcomer Network, a ministry of The Peoples Church, which opened its doors in the spring of 2013. This ministry is geared towards assisting newcomers in Toronto (immigrants, refugees, international students/migrant workers) by: showing Compassion through intentional acts of assistance and support providing Connection through a network of relationships within the Church and with partner organizations creating Community by being a venue for gathering and relationship building. Speaking about the Newcomer Network, a member of the team stated, “We’re working with groups such as the Mennonite New Life Centre and the YMCA to have their professional workers come in and provide those services, those actual settlement services so that doing documents, being able to refer to good agencies, for housing and things like that. So to

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Scarborough Services Map

Developed by the UReachToronto team, this resource map includes many social services and ethnic resources specific to newcomers in the Scarborough Area. Most of the agencies serving newcomers in Scarborough are listed on this map. If your church is located in Scarborough then this map will help you to locate what resources are available in your community. Social Service and Ethnic Resources Map Most of the agencies serving newcomers in Scarborough are listed below. You may hover your mouse over the number and it will tell you the name of the service. Clicking on the numbers on the map will take you directly to the website of that service. The services are also listed (alphabetically) below the map (numbers correspond to the numbers on the map). Toronto Wards 35-44 are a part of Scarborough. Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services. Newcomer Resource Centre. AccessPoint on Danforth 3079 Danfort Ave, Toronto, ON, M1L 1A8, 416-693-8677 Afghan Women’s Organization. Scarborough Program Site 2555 Eglinton Ave East Ste 211, Toronto, ON M1K 5J1 416-266-2936 Arab Immigrant Centre. Parkway Mall, 85 Ellesmere Rd Ste 234, Toronto, ON M1R 4B8, 416-444-1163 Armenian Family Support Services. Holy Trinity Armenian Apostolic Church, 920 Progress Ave, Toronto, ON M1G

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Etobicoke Services Map

Developed by the UReachToronto team, this resource map includes many social services and ethnic resources specific to newcomers in the Etobicoke Area. Most of the agencies serving newcomers in Etobicoke and York are listed on this map. If your church is located in Etobicoke and York then this map will help you to locate what resources are available in your community. Social Service and Ethnic Resources Map Most of the agencies serving newcomers in Etobicoke and York are listed below. You may hover your mouse over the number and it will tell you the name of the service. Clicking on the numbers on the map will take you directly to the website of that service. The services are also listed (alphabetically) below the map (numbers correspond to the numbers on the map). Toronto Wards 1-7, 11-13, and 17 are part of Etobicoke-York. Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services. Newcomer Information Centre and Settlement Services, West Office, 761 Jane St Ste 200B, Toronto, ON M6N 4C4, 416-760-8677 Albanian Canadian Association Kosova. 3416 Dundas St West Ste 202, Toronto, ON M6S 2S1, 416-760-0172 Albion Neighbourhood Services. Newcomer Resource Centre 2687 Kipling Ave Unit 16, Toronto, ON M9V 5G6, 416-640-7200 Arab Community Centre

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Toronto Services Map

Developed by the UReachToronto team, this resource map includes many social services and ethnic resources specific to newcomers in the Toronto Area. Most of the agencies serving newcomers in Central Toronto are listed. If your church is located in Toronto then this map will help you to locate what resources are available in your community. Social Service and Ethnic Resources Map Most of the agencies serving newcomers in Central Toronto are listed below. You may hover your mouse over the number on the map and it will tell you the name of the service. Clicking on the numbers on the map will take you directly to the website of that service. The services are also listed (alphabetically) below the map (numbers correspond to the numbers on the map). Toronto Wards 14, 18-20, and 27-32 are part of Central Toronto. Abrigo Centre. Dufferin Mall, 900 Dufferin St Ste 104, Toronto, ON M6H 4A9, 416-534-3434 Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services. 340 College St Ste 500, Toronto, ON M5T 3A9, 416-324-8677 Adam House. Dufferin Mall, 900 Dufferin St Ste 104, Toronto, ON M6H 4A9, 416-538-2836 Applegrove Community Complex. 60 Woodfield Rd Toronto M4L 2W6 416-461-8143 Asian Community AIDS Services. 17 Isabella

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211 Toronto

211 Toronto – Links to settlement services for newcomers (including employment programs, language training, interpretation services, etc.), 211 Toronto is a directory of community, government and social service agencies in the GTA.

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