Published: January 15, 2018 By: Greg Devine

Though some might pretend Toronto is similar to Brooklyn, there are still some notable differences, especially when it comes to densification. According to a recent study by the Fraser Institute, Toronto ranks 19th among a list of high-income, international cities. Toronto has 4,457 inhabitants per square kilometre, while London and New York has just over 11,000 inhabitants per square kilometre.

Toronto didn’t even beat Vancouver and Montreal – Vancouver has 5,493 inhabitants per square kilometre and Montreal has 4,916.  To read the full article, click here.

Cities Population Density Chart

Cities Population Density