Etobicoke is an administrative district located on the north of Lake Ontario and is bordered by the Humber River on the east and Etobicoke Creek on the west. It also shares borders with Mississauga and the Toronto Pearson International Airport, and Steeles Avenue West. It is one of six municipalities that were amalgamated to form the city of Toronto, Ontario. The city’s status and government were dissolved in 1998, after getting amalgamated with several small cities and towns to form the present-day city of Toronto. Etobicoke is generally divided into three large areas, namely The Lakeshore, Central Etobicoke and North Etobicoke. The city stretches over an area of 123.93 km2
The total population of North Etobicoke at the time of Canada Census 2016 was 365,143. The population in North Etobicoke rose from 117,601, indicating a nominal rate of 0.4% population growth from the year 2011 to 2016. As a result, the population density of Etobicoke is 2,946.4/km2.
The count of a visible minority population in Etobicoke is 88,495, which is nearly 75.7% of the total population. South Asian community makes up almost 28.9% of the total population, followed by Black, making up 23.4% of the total population. The third-largest visible minority is formed by the Latin American population accounting for 4.8% of the total population.
Dwellings in Etobicoke are of various types based on their structure, including apartments, rowhouses, detached houses, and semi-detached houses:
People living in private households was 117,050.
The average household size was 3.1.
The average rent for single bedroom units in Etobicoke, ON, for October 2021 is $1,797.
The average rent for double bedroom units in Etobicoke, ON, for October 2021 is $2,360.
There are four main school boards that manage schools in Etobicoke:
Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir- French Catholic Public Schools
Conseil scolaire Viamonde – French Secular public school boards
Toronto Catholic District School Board – English Catholic Public Schools
Toronto District School Board – English secular public school boards
Humber College is a public college that operates two campuses in Etobicoke: the Humber North campus and the Lakeshore campus.
University of Guelph-Humber is a joint institution operated by Humber College and the University of Guelph, based in Guelph, Ontario. It includes many programs such as Business, Early Childhood Studies, Community Social Services, Justice Studies, Kinesiology, Media and Communication Studies and Psychology.
The construction industry boom because of development in condominium towers along the waterfront near Humber Bay and Bloor Street. The city is home to the headquarters of many companies such as Pizza Pizza and Sunwing Airlines.
The average rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Etobicoke, ON, is $1,797.
The average rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Etobicoke, ON, is $2,360.
The total population of Etobicoke, ON, as per the 2016 census, is 365,143.
The total area of Etobicoke is 123.93 km2.
The population density of Etobicoke is 2,946.4/km2
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