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Mixed Use Listings in Ontario

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Mixed Use listings in Ontario

Toronto

18 listings

Hamilton

6 listings

Cambridge

4 listings

Whitby

3 listings

Flesherton

2 listings

Kawartha Lakes

2 listings

Kitchener

2 listings

Niagara Falls

2 listings

Parry Sound

2 listings

Windsor

2 listings

Harcourt

1 listing

Jasper

1 listing

Ontario Listing Types

Retail

446 listings

Office

367 listings

Land

355 listings

Sale of Business

216 listings

Industrial

150 listings

Multifamily

125 listings

Hospitality

44 listings

Special Purpose

22 listings

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About Ontario

Ontario is the most populous province in Canada with a population of over 13.5 million, which makes up 38.3% of Canada’s overall population. The province also houses Toronto - the country’s most populous city, as well as the capital city of Ottawa. 

Ontario holds the biggest multicultural mix of people in Canada. Ontario’s economy is highly diversified and has 5 different industries carrying the major weight. These industries are at the forefront of the economy and employ a large part of Ontario’s workforce. They are manufacturing, agriculture, forestry, mining, and the services industry. 

By landmass, Ontario has over 1 million square kilometers. For perspective, this is larger than the whole of France and Spain. 66% of Ontario’s land is covered by forests. The province has many lakes and rivers to balance the blend. 

The median age of Ontarians is 40, and the life expectancy sits at 79 for men, and 84 for women. The province consists of over 5 million households with a median income for each household being $80,823.