Weston a dump? Not so much.

An interesting article in Toronto life ranks all of Toronto’s 140 neighbourhoods based on ten weighted categories such as affordable housing, crime, transit, shopping and so on that others more qualified can argue over. What matters is that perception is everything and outsiders have perceived Weston and Mount Dennis for that matter to be quickly improving places. You may remember that Mount Dennis came dead last in 2013.

Some notable local rankings (2013 ranking in brackets):

  • Humber Heights Westmount: 66 (112)
  • Weston: 75 (105)
  • Mount Dennis 93 (140)
  • Weston Pellam Park: 96 (125)
  • Kingsview Village The Westway: 136 (123)

Interestingly Edenbridge came in at 81 (81) and Lambton Baby Point at 82 (78).

Coming soon in a meeting whose location is yet to be determined, people will be explaining to the citizens of Weston that since we’re a dump, we shouldn’t expect nice things and that nobody wants to invest in anything too fancy here.

Perhaps they’re wrong.

2 thoughts on “Weston a dump? Not so much.”

  1. What matters are the stats around schools and employment which are both very low. But don’t worry Artscape is coming and all those starving artists will shop along Weston Rd and change everything.

  2. Plus when all the people who need storage come through they’ll be dropping their children off to school while they shop, schmooze and generally liven up the neighbourhood.

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