How does your neighbourhood rank? New site lets you compare

Toronto will soon launch a unique website that could change how residents decide where to live, how charities decide where to operate, and how politicians decide where to spend taxpayers’ money.

The Wellbeing Toronto website, likely to go online this week, will provide easy access to a treasure trove of neighbourhood-by-neighbourhood data that is currently inaccessible or accessible only with difficulty. It will include an unprecedented gizmo that allows users to rank the city’s 140 official neighbourhoods by dozens of criteria related to crime, safety, the economy, health, education, housing, the environment, demographics and civic participation.

Well Being Toronto Indices Slide Deck

Thanks Joe Murray for sending this to the CivicAccess.ca list.