Grandview Database v.29

We have today uploaded a new and substantially updated version of the Grandview Database.  

This version incorporates more than 2,000 new and amended data points since the previous release.

Now that the 1921 census data entry has been completed, analysis of certain overall characteristics of Grandview in 1921 can begin to be ascertained — population densities, household sizes, the location, distribution and cost of residential rental space, for example. Along with the recent concentration on Commercial Drive, this also allows for the beginnings of detailed analysis of retail and other sociological trends across decades (see for example the preliminary work on house prices) . Over the next few months we will continue to bring some of this work into the public forum.

We hope you find the Database of value, and we encourage and welcome corrections, and additions which should be sent to jakking@shaw.ca.

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