Individual Municipal Members Data
Winning strategies are based on a solid understanding of the current situation, trends and tools available to drive desired change. Here you’ll find a collection of regional and municipal demographic and economic data, housing trends and projections.
(excluding St. Thomas)
(excluding the City of Windsor)
(excluding the City of London)
(excluding Stratford and St. Marys)
(excluding Barrie and Orillia)
(excluding the City of Guelph)
Additional data on housing, marketing, and workforce development best practices is available through the following links.
Planning for Prosperity
WOWC members recognize the power of regional collaboration. Member municipalities face many of the same challenges: attracting more newcomers, educating youth about career opportunities in their own backyard and recalibrating post-secondary education to meet emerging demand. The municipalities are also working to boost the number of attainable housing units to support workforce demand. This strategy outlines the actions where regional collaboration will help WOWC member municipalities to address local workforce challenges.