From Toronto LifeIn a city with so many great pockets, and many more improving faster than you can say gentrification, the competition for the title of Number One Neighbourhood is cutthroat.
To end the uncertainty, we present the ultimate ranking of the city’s 140 neighbourhoods. We examined 10 factors for each, assigning them a score out of 100: housing, crime, transit, shopping, health and environment, entertainment, community engagement, diversity and schools and employment. Below, you can see the overall rankings, listed from one to 140, sort the ’hoods by any of the 10 categories or find your own neighbourhood using our search tool on the left. Plus, you can click on any individual neighbourhood for more information.