Summary: Details a trend in decreasing home ownership in the city of Toronto owing to the decrease in the size of the average family, an increase in the older population, an increase in income insecurity, and an increase in municipal taxation. Suburban growth may also be a contributing factor. The study concludes that the decrease in home ownership may be a result of the conditions created by the depression.
Publication Date: December 20, 1938
Publication Format: White Papers
Publication Series: White Papers (1915-1945)
Document Number: 236
Tags: Demography, Elections, Housing, Sprawl, Taxes
Location: City of Toronto Archives