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Demographics (Church-Yonge Street Corridor):

Yonge Population

Young Professionals, Grad Students, Senior, Young Families, 44.7% Female 55.3% Male (Toronto Stats 2011)

  2001 2006 2011 % Percentage % Change
2001 - 2011 
Children 0-14 1,140 1,085 1,120 12.1 -1.0
Youth 15-24 2,770 3,495 4,475 10.9 26.1
Working Age 25-64 16,045 17,635 20,190 55.1 1.6
Seniors 65+ 1,930 2,140 4,525 21.9 23.8
Total 21,885 24,355 28,365 100 29.6

yonge gender

Top Home Languages in Yonge Corridor (2006)*

  Number %
Total Pop. by Home Language 27,870 100
English 22,300 85
French 415 1.0
Not English or French 4,150 15
Chinese 400 1.4
Russian 340 1.2
Spanish 335 1.2
Cantonese 275 1.0
Korean 310 1.1
Tagalog 140 0.5
Hindi 120 0.4
Persian (Farsi) 175 0.6
Japanese 50 0.2
Multiple Languages 1005 4.0

* Home language refers to the language spoken most often or on a regular basis at home.

Top 10 Ethnic Origins in Church-Yonge Street (2006)*

By Region Persons   By Ethnic Group Persons
China 995   English 5,210
United Kingdom 760   Irish 4,260
Philippines 700   Scottish 4,060
Other Americas 550   Canadian 3,755
Other Asia 545   Chinese 3,255

*Ethnic origins refers to the ethnic or cultural group(s) to which the respondent's ancestors self-identified.

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