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07-10-2009, 05:54 PM
Hey guys!

I'm a geography student from Germany and I'm looking for some statistical data to work with in a research paper. The general topic is urban sprawl and the social structure in the GTA or CMA.

I need:
-the growth rate of GTA's/CMA's population
-the growth rate of the GTA/CMA (house building)
-statistical data about the population: income, age, education, ethnicity, ... the more, the better

I'd like to do a comparison of the data from two different years/decades... If possible 1981 and 2006 (1980ies & after 2k). Do you have any suggestions/hints where to find this data? Of course, there is statictics canada, but is there more content or are there more places on the web or do you know special books?

I would really appreciate any help!!!

Thanks a lot!

So long!


31-08-2010, 01:10 AM
Urban sprawl is usually associated with the idea of an inappropriate development. The study of urbanization has demonstrated the value of a wide range of experts.It depends on many concurrent processes that make it difficult to deal with with.Urban expansion is often associated with the idea of inappropriate development, leading to serious economic, social and environmental.

15-10-2010, 03:40 AM
there maybe good answer in google.

28-10-2010, 06:36 AM