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1 Presentation to the York Region Real Estate Investors Group by John Taylor Regional Councillor – Newmarket Wednesday, February 19, 2014

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5 Regional Structure  Urbanizing the Region with City-Building Initiatives, while protecting Countryside  By 2031…  Population of 1.5 million  Employment of 780,000  Households of 507,000  Intensification of Centres & Corridors  90,000 units (growth 2006 – 2031)  New Communities  140,000 units (growth 2006 – 2031)

6 2031 York Region Forecast Summary York Region Forecast Increase Percentage Increase POPULATION759,3201,500,000740,68098% EMPLOYMENT380,800780,000399,200105% HOUSING UNITS 223,000507,000284,000127% 2031 Forecast by Municipality MunicipalityPopulationEmploymentHousing Units Aurora70,20034,20024,357 East Gwillimbury86,50034,40031,192 Georgina70,30021,20026,388 King34,90011, 90012,366 Markham421,600240,400138,571 Newmarket97,10049, 40034,804 Richmond Hill242,20099,40081,236 Vaughan416,600266,000134,888 Whitchurch-Stouffville60,60023,000 York Region Total (rounded)1,500,000780,000507,000

7 60% of residents employed in business and finance, management, and institutional, and natural and applied science occupations Over 70% of York Region’s working age population have a post-secondary education Population Aged by Highest Level of Education, 2011

8 York Region was home to 463,125 immigrants in 2011, of which 47,725 arrived in Canada between 2006 and The distribution varies across local municipalities. York Region is a global community Distribution of Immigrants and Recent Immigrants by local municipalities, York Region 2011

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12 Women's Probus Group of Newmarket / Oct 26, 2011 Slide 12 Significant 10-Year Capital Program  Total GTHA 10 Year Program: $19.5 Billion  Total GTHA 2010 Program: $2.4 Billion  Water: 50%  Wastewater: 50% York Region has the second largest 10 year capital program in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area Durham $1.0 B Toronto $8.7 B Peel $2.3 B Halton $1.7 B York $3.7 B Hamilton $2.1 B

13 Slide 13 York Region Rapid Transit Plan ( )

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21 Thank You ! Questions?


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