Community Profile: Facts & Stats
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Thunder Bay, located in the centre of Canada, is a vibrant community with a metro population of more than 120,000 residents. We are industrious, knowledgeable and creative. Our confidence in where we live and work inspires and nourishes our commitment to build a strong community.
View our Community Profile for Investors Adobe PDF, 20 pages, 5.03MB or browse to your specific needs below.
The Thunder Bay Community Profile features demographic, statistics and economic information for the City of Thunder Bay.
THUNDER BAY QUICK FACTS AND STATISTICS
Our Community Profile Brochure highlights our strategic location and competitive advantages, and lists our major employers. It includes Thunder Bay's statistics and demographics.
Community Profile Brochure Adobe PDF, 8 pages, 2.67 MB
INTRODUCTION TO CEDC AND THE COMMUNITY
The CEDC can work with you to support and enhance your business. Our overview brochure explains more.
Supporting and Enhancing Business Brochure Adobe PDF, 4 pages, 1 MB
A WELCOMING COMMUNITY TO CALL HOME
This two-page brochure contains a checklist with contact information and links to guide you through your move to Thunder Bay.
Relocating to Thunder Bay Adobe PDF, 8 pages, 1.35MB
PROPERTIES (CITY REALTY)
The City's real property holdings, which includes lands both inside and outside of City limits, consists of approximately 29,000 acres (11,734 hectares) or about 51 square miles (131 square miles), not including streets and lanes. MORE
Learn about some of the great business opportunities in the Thunder Bay area. MORE
View the many financial and support programs available to new and existing businesses. MORE
RECREATION & PARKS
The City of Thunder Bay strives to provide a high quality of life for all residents. Recreation and culture are important parts of life in our community. MORE
Community Services enrich our community's quality of life for citizens of all ages by providing a balance of social, health, cultural, recreation and sports services and facilities, in a cost-effective, fair and accessible manner. The department plans, manages and delivers a variety of Recreation & Culture programs, Tourism activities, three public golf courses, and seniors services including the operation of Homes for the Aged and 55+ Centres. MORE
For more information, please contact the Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission (CEDC).