Toronto’s ‘Left Outside’ Homeless Beats The ‘American Top 10’

The right math reveals Toronto’s secret. The ‘homeless’ population ‘left outside’ in Toronto is greater than the numbers in America’s Top 10 ‘homeless’ cities. How so? For lack of ‘temporary one-night beds’. Such that with a total homeless population of 5,219 (those without long-term ‘homes’) that does not crack the American Top 10 list, our city’s lack of ‘beds’ leave 2,400 outside each night, which places Toronto between #9 (San Jose and Santa Clara, California) and #8 (San Francisco, California).