Comment 85483

By Sigma Cub (anonymous) | Posted January 24, 2013 at 14:48:18 in reply to Comment 85473

Mississauga's 2011 population density was around 24.4 people per hectare. In 2006, the old City of Hamilton stood at 26.5 per hectare.

http://raisethehammer.org/blog/2244/hamilton_ward_demographics_2006_data

A contributing factor may be the fact that Mississauga's "downtown" blocks along Burnhamthorpe and Hurontario have population densities twice that of Hamilton at peak.

As it happens, these are the very neighbourhoods earmarked for LRT service. So who knows, maybe that intensification thing might work out for them.

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