Monthly Archives: November 2012

Flood risk in the GTA

Hurricane Sandy motivated us to move a project that’s been lurking around for over a year to the front burner: mapping areas that would be at risk of flooding in a similar extreme storm in the GTA. The most obvious … Continue reading

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The fall time change accident spike

There were two stories on Global Toronto last night that came from a digital-to-TV news flow. The first was a look at the pedestrian accident spike that follows the fall time change– 10 years of Toronto collision data shows that … Continue reading

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Crayon Box Nation

by Patrick Cain About five years ago, when I was working at the Star, someone in the graphics department had the idea of mapping the GTA’s census tracts by the top language other than English, based on the 2006 census. … Continue reading

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