Is the real issue in Toronto down to income divides rather than the urban/suburban divide?

Writing in the Huffington Post following this week’s mayoral elections, Daniel Tencer suggests that there is a split between the wealthy parts of the city and the lower income areas and argues that facilities that are meant to help those on the lowest incomes are located in the higher-income areas.

Subway stations for example are generally located in what are now the wealthier areas but it’s those in the lower-income neighbourhoods who would benefit most from them.

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