CITIES IN NORTHERN ONTARIO TO CONSIDER
Sydbury is the largest city in Northern Ontario with a population of 161,531. It has a lot of open space, freshwater lakes, pristine forests and woodlands, recreational activities, and real estate.
Locally known as the City of Lakes, Greater Sudbury contains 330 lakes, more than any other municipality in Canada. Home to Canada’s second and eighth-largest science centres – Science North and Dynamic Earth respectively. Science North is also Ontario’s Top indoor Attraction 2017, and 2019 through Attractions Ontario.
North Bay offers clean air, fresh water, and plenty of green space. It is secure, beautiful, and affordable, with condos on the lake, modern executive-style homes, and old-world Victorian homes.
North Bay, Ontario has been historically considered the “Gateway of the North”. One of the greatest things about living in North Bay is the quality of life: located between two large lakes our city has forests, rivers and even a small waterfall.
Thunder Bay combines a tranquil, natural setting with a vibrant urban enviroment to create one of the most diverse places to live, learn, work, do business, and play.
People come to Thunder Bay for small city affordability, big city opportunities and the bonus of a superior lifestyle. When it comes to location, nature and cost of living, Thunder Bay is one of the best places to live in Canada.
Haliburton is just over 4,000 square kilometres in size and is located two hours north of the Greater Toronto Area. It is one of the higher points on the Canadian Shield and is recognised for it’s beauty and over 500 lakes.
With 100 lakes to explore, it is a paddler’s paradise. It is a year-round retreat that is perfect for Dogsledding, and Snowmobiling, in the winter and Canopy Tours, Camping, hiking, and paddling in the summer. Haliburton Forest has 400 km of hiking trails so you can spend an entire summer exploring!