List of Maps

Base map sources

2006 Built Boundary
Source: Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing

Roads

Source: Government of Ontario, Ministry of Natural Resources

Airports

Source: Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe

Map 1: STEM Employment, 2011

Source: NOC, 2001 Census and 2011 National Household Survey. Codes used:

NOC-S 2001

NOC 2011

 

A12

021

Managers in engineering, architecture, science and information systems

C0

21

Professional occupations in natural and applied sciences

E021

4151

Psychologists

E031

4161

Natural and applied science policy researchers, consultants and program officers

E032

4162

Economists and economic policy researchers and analysts

E034

4164

Social policy researchers, consultants and program officers

E038

4169

Other professional occupations in social science, n.e.c.

C11

221

Technical occupations in physical sciences

C12

222

Technical occupations in life sciences

C13

223

Technical occupations in civil, mechanical and industrial engineering

C14

224

Technical occupations in electronics and electrical engineering

C15

225

Technical occupations in architecture, drafting, surveying, geomatics and meteorology

C18

228

Technical occupations in computer and information systems

Map 2: STEM Employment Change, 2001–2011

Source: NOC, 2011 National Household Survey (same codes used as in Map 1 )

Map 3: Employment change in finance, 2001–2011

Source: NAICS, 2001 Census and 2011 National Household Survey. Code used: 52 (Finance and insurance)

Map 4: Employment in finance

Source: NAICS, 2011 National Household Survey. Code used: 52 (Finance and insurance)

Map 5: Employment in manufacturing, 2011

Source: NAICS, 2011 National Household Survey. Codes used: 31–33 (Manufacturing)

Map 6: Employment change in manufacturing, 2001–2011

Source: NAICS, 2001 Census and 2011 National Household Survey. Codes used: 31–33 (Manufacturing)

Map 7: Change in core employment, 2001–2011

Source: NAICS, 2001 Census and 2011 National Household Survey. Note: The 2001 data uses the 1997 version of NAICS and the 2011 data uses the 2007 version of NAICS. Codes are the same for both periods unless otherwise marked.

11

Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting

21

Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction

22

Utilities

23

Construction

31–33

Manufacturing

41

Wholesale trade

454

Non-store retailers

48–49

Transportation and warehousing

511

Publishing

512

Motion pictures and sound recording

515

Broadcasting (except Internet) (5131 and 5132 for 2001 data)

517

Telecommunications (5133 for 2001 data)

518

Data processing, hosting and related services (514 for 2001 data)

519

Other information services (514 for 2001 data)

5324

Commercial and industrial machinery and equipment rental and leasing

52

Finance and insurance

531

Real estate

533

Lessors of non-financial intangible assets [except copyrighted works]

5411

Legal services

5412

Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping and payroll services

5413

Architectural, engineering and related services

5414

Specialized design services

5415

Computer systems design and related services

5416

Management, scientific and technical consulting services

5417

Scientific research and development services

5418

Advertising, public relations, and related services

5419

Other professional, scientific and technical services

55

Management of companies and enterprises

561

Administrative and support services

562

Waste management and remediation services

6112

Community colleges and C.E.G.E.P.s

6113

Universities

6114

Business schools and computer and management training

6115

Technical and trade schools

6116

Other schools and instruction

6117

Educational support services

6215

Medical and diagnostic laboratories

622

Hospitals

7111

Performing arts companies

7112

Spectator sports

7113

Promoters [presenters] of performing arts, sports and similar events

7114

Agents and managers for artists, athletes, entertainers and other public figures

7115

Independent artists, writers and performers

712

Heritage institutions

7131

Amusement parks and arcades

7132

Gambling industries

721

Accommodation services

8112

Electronic and precision equipment repair and maintenance

8113

Commercial and industrial machinery and equipment [except automotive and electronic] repair and maintenance

8132

Grant-making and giving services

8133

Social advocacy organizations

8134

Civic and social organizations

8139

Business, professional, labour and other membership organizations

91

Public administration

Map 8: Core employment, 2011

Source: NAICS, 2011 National Household Survey. See Map 7 for NAICS codes used.

Map 9: Economic structure of the Greater Golden Horseshoe

Source: Same as Map 8, with the following layers added:

Megazones

Source: Graphical representation derived from NAICS and NOC, 2011 National Household Survey

SKIDs

Source: Graphical representation derived from NAICS and NOC, 2011 National

Household Survey

Downtown Toronto

Source: Graphical representation derived from NAICS and NOC, 2011 National Household Survey

Map 10: Industrial employment, 2011

Source: NAICS, Manufacturing, Construction & Utilities, 2011. Codes used:

11

Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting

21

Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction

22

Utilities

23

Construction

31–33

Manufacturing

5324

Commercial and industrial machinery and equipment rental and leasing

562

Waste management and remediation services

8112

Electronic and precision equipment repair and maintenance

8113

Commercial and industrial machinery and equipment [except automotive and electronic] repair and maintenance

Map 11: Warehousing and Transportation employment, 2011

Source: NAICS, 2011. Codes used:

41

Wholesale trade

48–49

Transportation and Warehousing

 

 

Intermodal Terminals

Source: Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe

Map 12: GGH Structure and The Big Move

Source: As above, with the following layers added.

GO Transit

Source: Metroline, The Big Move

TTC Rail

Source: Metrolinx, The Big Move

The Big Move

Source: Metrolinx

Map 13: Core employment and the UGCs, 2011

Source: Same as Map 8, with UGCs from the Growth Plan.

Map 14: Employment change and the UGCs

Same as Map 7, with UGCs from the Growth Plan.

Map 15: Core employment change (2006–2011) and employment lands

Source: Same as Map 7, with data on employment lands (Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing) and designated greenfield area (The Neptis Foundation)

Maps in Appendix B

Maps for Key Economic Sectors

Map A1: Employment in Auto Manufacturing, 2011

Source: NAICS, 2011 National Household Survey. Codes used:

3361

Motor vehicle manufacturing

3362

Motor vehicle body and trailer manufacturing

3363

Motor vehicle parts manufacturing

Map A2: Employment in ICT Manufacturing, 2011

Source: NAICS, 2011 National Household Survey. Codes used:

3341

Computer and peripheral equipment manufacturing

3342

Communications equipment manufacturing

3343

Audio and video equipment manufacturing

3344

Semiconductor and other electronic component manufacturing

3346

Manufacturing and reproducing magnetic and optical media

Map A3: Employment in ICT Services, 2011

Source: NAICS, 2011 National Household Survey. Codes used:

4173

Computer and communications equipment and supplies merchant wholesalers

5112

Software publishers

517

Telecommunications

518

Data processing, hosting, and related services

5415

Computer systems design and related services

8112

Electronic and precision equipment repair and maintenance

Map A4: Finance and Business Services, 2011

Source: NAICS, 2011 National Household Survey. Codes used:

454

Non-store retailers

511

Publishing industries (except internet)

517

Telecommunications

518s

Data processing, hosting, and related services

519

Other information services

52

Finance and insurance

531

Real estate

533

Lessors of non-financial intangible assets (except copyrighted works)

5411

Legal services

5412

Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping and payroll services

5413

Architectural, engineering and related services

5414

Specialized design services

5415

Computer systems design and related services

5416

Management, scientific and technical consulting services

5418

Advertising, public relations and related services

5419

Other professional, scientific and technical services

55

Management of companies and enterprises

561

Administrative and support services

6114

Business schools and computer and management training

6115

Technical and trade schools

6116

Other schools and instruction

6117

Educational support services

7113

Promoters (presenters) of performing arts, sports and similar events

7114

Agents and managers for artists, athletes, entertainers and other public figures

7115

Independent artists, writers and performers

Map A5: Government and Voluntary Sector, 2011

Source: NAICS, 2011 National Household Survey. Codes used:

8132

Grant-making and giving services

8133

Social advocacy organizations

8134

Civic and social organizations

8139

Business, professional, labour and other membership organizations

91

Public administration

Map A6: Higher Education and Hospitals, 2011

Source: NAICS, 2011 National Household Survey. Codes used:

6112

Community colleges and C.E.G.E.P.s

6113

Universities

622

Hospitals

Map A7: Culture and Tourism, 2011

Source: NAICS, 2011 National Household Survey. Codes used:

7111

Performing arts companies

7112

Spectator sports

712

Heritage institutions

7131

Amusement parks and arcades

7132

Gambling industries

721

Accommodation services

Map A8: Specialized Employment (Studios and Labs), 2011

Source: NAICS, 2011 National Household Survey. Codes used:

512

Motion picture and sound recording industries

515

Broadcasting (except Internet)

5417

Scientific research and development services

6215

Medical and diagnostic laboratories

Map A9: Population–related Employment, 2011

Source: NAICS, 2011 National Household Survey. Codes used:

441

Motor vehicle and parts dealers

442

Furniture and home furnishings stores

443

Electronics and appliance stores

444

Building material and garden equipment and supplies dealers

445

Food and beverage stores

446

Health and personal care stores

447

Gasoline stations

448

Clothing and clothing accessories stores

451

Sporting goods, hobby, book and music stores

452

General merchandise stores

453

Miscellaneous store retailers

5321

Automotive equipment rental and leasing

5322

Consumer goods rental

5323

General rental centres

6111

Elementary and secondary schools

6211

Offices of physicians

6212

Offices of dentists

6213

Offices of other health practitioners

6214

Out-patient care centres

6216

Home health care services

6219

Other ambulatory health care services

623

Nursing and residential care facilities

624

Social assistance

7139

Other amusement and recreation industries

722

Food services and drinking places

8111

Automotive repair and maintenance

8114

Personal and household goods repair and maintenance

812

Personal and laundry services

8131

Religious organizations

814

Private households

Map A10: Core Employment, 2001

Source: Same as Map 7

Map A11: Core Employment, 2006

Source: Same as Map 7

Map A12: Aiport Megazone, census tract selection

Source: Statistics Canada, 2011 census boundary files

Map A13: Tor-York West, census tract selection

Source: Same as Map A12

Map A14: Tor-York East, census tract selection

Source: Same as Map A12

Map A15: Waterloo SKID, census tract selection

Source: Same as Map A12

Map A16: Meadowvale SKID, census tract selection

Source: Same as Map A12

Map A17: Sheridan SKID, census tract selection

Source: Same as Map A12

Map A18: Airport South SKID, census tract selection

Source: Same as Map A12

Map A19: Markham SKID, census tract selection

Source: Same as Map A12