Toronto's first Street Needs Assessment provides sound information to
improve programs and services and work toward ending street
homelessness in Canada's largest urban centre. Using statistical
methods proven in other jurisdictions, a minimum of 5,052 people were
estimated to be homeless on Toronto's streets, ravines, and parks and
in shelters, health care facilities, and correctional institutions on
the night of April 19, 2006.
Read the Street Needs Assessment in PDF format at http://www.toronto.ca/housing/streetneeds.htm.