If you have have a bad case of the winter blues, you’re not alone.
The research company Environics has crunched the numbers and has found Canadians are suffering from mood swings.
In Toronto, residents of the downtown and inner suburbs like Riverdale and Parkdale are more likely to feel blue, worried about money and failed New Year’s resolutions.
The Globe and Mail said the data also found younger, less wealthy respondents, immigrants and people at a transition time in their lives were also more likely to feel out of sorts.
People who live in the Beach, Forest Hill and Rosedale are feeling pretty good because they were better off, more stable and more likely to own their own homes.
When compared to other Canadian cities, we are much more gloomy than people who live in Calgary and Montreal and almost as gloomy as people who live in Vancouver – so the weather is not solely to blame.