Discuss about the Decennial Census Tract Data.
Canada being 6th largest census metropolitan areas is the heart of millions of people. They speak mainly 2 languages English and french as being technologically advanced as well as foreign immigrants makes the culture diverse with traditions and languages.
Queens street east in Canada has several beautiful places and has to attract neighborhoods areas like East York municipal, Leslieville and the Beaches. The environment is very soothing with tall trees and clear weather making it comfortable for people to stay fresh. Queen St. East Canada has narrow roads as sidewalks are left for stores and shops for marketing purposes and street cars are also parked on street. Roads are long and less hustle and bustle of city life making it hassle of traffic free and takes lesser time for traveling to distances(Les religions au Canada, 2003).
The buildings are short with more distances and areas between houses. The tallest building there is 6 storeyed building making it more relaxing and sunlight enters the houses and street corners and giving a fresh and greener environment. During the evening when the sun sets and the cold wind blows it sets an atmosphere of coziness and looks as if golden old days are back with same old traditions and cultural aspects like a song playing with low and high pitches which resembles the high and low buildings of the areas. This area is full of beautiful landscapes with eye-catching waterfalls and flora and faunas which give a feeling of being in paradise (Morrone, Postal, Toran, & Lynn, 2009).
On the other hand, Leslieville constructs a notion of the modern city with high school kinda youth which is made for people who love city life as it has bars, cafes shops, restaurants which are suitable for chit chatting and passing time. The evenings here are fast paced with lights and multinational companies around. The most attractive aspect of this area is the antique shops and carnivals which attract a large number of people.
There are traditional buildings and stores such as historical buildings Broadview Hotel, Dominion Hotel or Joy theater hall these are running and functioning from past several years and due to old heritage buildings it is renovated and maintained for tourist attraction. The style and environment of this area look like the street view of Brooklyn New York. The buildings and monuments are well maintained which showcases the cultural emblem of the area as it is nurtured with traditional walls, scenes, roads, photos, portraits etc this retains the importance of the place/region and differ it from any other regions of Canada (Worthington, Brown, Crawford, & Pickernell, 2007). The best part of Leslieville and the beaches near Queens Street east is that it has the good refreshing source of sunlight which lightens every corner of the region and makes everything bright and clear (Logan, Xu, & Stults, 2014).
My neighborhood of east york municipal between Leslieville and the beaches are very soothing. The beaches resemble a lot like my neighborhood and give a feeling of belongingness as it has tall trees with greenery all around and wide high landscapes with cascading waterfalls making the place very romantic and paradise. The beaches speak a lot about my neighborhood and an east street where buildings are short and low and no hustle of traffic making the place very self-appeasing and comfortable, whereas Leslieville is a modern city life area where evenings are lightened with sidewalk shimmering lights of antique shops and stores making the roads full of beautiful shining street cars and joyful ambiance. Like the Brooklyn city of New York the beaches and Leslieville area of Canada are two sides of the coin one which is old traditional and another modern which is fit for all sorts of people according to their taste and desires. The queen street area is enriched with amazing cultural monuments and buildings where trees embark and flowers blossom and making the environment soothing. If compared the neighborhood with other regions of Canada it seems that Leslieville and the Beaches of queen street area are left unchanged as it was before being the golden era of early days with twittering birds and pavements singing songs with high and low pitch making it so natural (Bloom, 2013).
The winds blow by making a soft sonic music with up and down scales and pitch. Leslieville is ideally embellished for food lovers as well because there are all sorts of foods and cuisines available which are enriched with traditional flavors which give an authentic taste of the delicious cuisines (Findlay, & Kohen, 2012).
When students travel and go to study at Ryerson University and being in a region high rich in culture the students find peace under the shade of trees beside the sidewalks of the road (Ryerson University, 2008).
Somewhere down the line, these regions are somewhere modern and standardized which stabilizes the equation between the people living in Canada.
The neighborhood is enlightened with a good number of population and people there are of all age groups each working for livelihood. In order to make the area very efficient in technology and equipment it is essential to make people more advanced as in the Leslieville and the beaches people are less advanced. Census trait of these areas of Canada needs to be looked very carefully so that better options and smarter the area can become. As the buildings are short or low so there are not many multinational companies and business sectors which are very prominent for becoming a good industrial sector or region (Maxwell, & Maxwell, 2010).
Living in Toronto for almost 4 years in between the two neighborhoods Leslieville and the beaches of east york street area was an amazing experience as traveling to Ryerson university which takes 30 minutes to reach via street car.
People there speak limited languages English, french, Punjabi etc, therefore, it is necessary for a region to have their own language as the culture is so diverse which needs an authentic flavor of languages, style, food, clothes etc.
These regions need to attract more tourists and people from different countries as the culture and monuments are sustained and conserved so these regions must be famous for its traditions more and tourists visiting must do research and study about the past and happenings of this area.
The location area queens street east Canada greatly influences its presence because of its unique kind and environment which is very different than other regions of Canada. This area is left unchanged with low buildings and highest being 6 floors making it less populated and allows the sunlight to reach each corner of the street. Whereas other areas of Canada are very much developed and fast paced with advanced technological support makes Canada a similar place as it is in other regions but queens St. Area and Leslieville are gifted with tradition and cultures and constantly after the period of time monuments and buildings and renovated to retain the area as this area is far from city life and reveals a lot about the past years which is conserved. The roadside antique shops and stores with shimmering lights make the evening very special and romantic. On the other hand, the flavourful cuisines across the road with cafes and restaurants makes it much more attractive for visitors and people as they get attracted by the scrumptious smell of tasty foods. This is the magic of east york street of Canada which is very different as it has its structure which is so innovative that's how it's characteristics are different from other regions of Canada. This area has buildings which are detached and the townhouse on both the side of the roads making it different from other regions/areas of Canada (James, 2005).
More than anything this region falls between Leslieville and the beaches so people here experiences changes in weather as Leslieville is sunny and bright whereas the beaches are humid and soothing this change in weather makes the region unique and eloquent where tourists come to explore the region and understand how the culture is rich and diverse.
Explore the data for the CT's below. Select one that you think contrasts your home CT. Compare your CT and this second CT in the characteristics where you think the differences are most apparent. Use the relevant data for the second CT and your home CT in the comparison (you can present the selected comparative variables in table form but it is not necessary to graph them; use percentage data where appropriate). Does the relative location of the CTs within the city account for any differences you observe? (Remember you can map the CT. You can also use a GeoSearch interactive map option to manipulate the map – e.g. zoom in and out.)
My region is very fast paced with technological advancement be it industries, tech, multinational companies, etc are very essential for a region to sustain and function whereas queens st. East of Canada is not so fast paced thus only natural beauty and environment are what contributes to the country. There are narrow roads where shops and stores are run and at the same time cars are parked making it tough for people to transport and in the other regions, the roads are well maintained with wide long roads giving a comfortable transportation (Nilsson, & Smirnov, 2016).
The traditions and cultures are very much conserved but in other regions traditions and cultures and meant for secondary purpose or attraction. Therefore, Canada's regions are very much gifted with natural aspects of views and environment which have landscapes, trees, short buildings, major sunlight, bright clear sky making it seem like Brooklyn of new york.
The region is free from the population as the density and demographic state of the region is stable. People in this region earn the good livelihood as competition is less and production is more. The most important aspect is that immigrant/tourists to this areas are huge because the Traditions are still retained and maintained attracting eyeballs hugely.
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