INTRODUCTION OUR SERVICES OUR WORKFORCE OUR ENVIRONMENTal Intensification and Load Growth in the Downtown Core Toronto was recently named the fourth largest city in North America. The boom continues with more than 50,000 condominium units under construction. The development is concentrated in the downtown core and along the waterfront. According to the City of Toronto’s report, How Does the City Grow?, Toronto’s population is expected to swell to 3.08 million by 2031. Here are some highlights from the report: OF THE RESIDENTIAL UNITS 45% 62,437 31%OF THE NON- RESIDENTIAL UNITS ARE SLATED FOR CONSTRUCTION IN THE DOWNTOWN AND CENTRAL WATERFRONT AREA NEW RESIDENTIAL UNITS WERE CONSTRUCTED (2007-2011) UNITS + 106,000 2.51 MILLION m2 OF PROPOSED NON-RESIDENTIAL FLOOR SPACE ARE UNDER REVIEW OR APPROVED BUT NOT YET BUILT Source: How Does the City Grow?, City of Toronto report TORONTO HYDRO 2012 corporate respnosibility report 45 VIDEO: Windsor Station — Powering the downtown core. Windsor Station services most of Toronto’s downtown core. Mario Arruda, a Toronto Hydro supervisor, tells us about some of the challenges associated with its age. INITIATIVES OUR COMMUNITY OUTREACH OUR ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE OUR GOVERNANCE, COMPLIANCE AND BUSINESS CONDUCT This construction does not take into account the additional capacity requirements for the Pan/Parapan American Games or transit expansion.
Toronto Hydro 2012 CR Report
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