Friday, September 14, 2007

The score: 905 region 12.6, Toronto 1.4

Between 2000 and 2006, slightly over 14 million s.f. of office space has been
developed across the GTA with the overwhelming majority (90%) taking
place in suburbs. Mississauga itself, while being less than half the size of Toronto, had five times the amount as Toronto. To make matters worse, a large portion of Toronto's amount is being built by the city (the Courus building). This is because the private sector would not do it.

PS. It is funny how moving jobs from Queen West to the lake front can be labeled job creation.

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