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North Bay Facts
North Bay is a city in the province of Ontario. North Bay is located in Northeastern Ontario, in Canada. According to 2006 Canada Census, North Bay’s population was 53,966. North Bay takes its name from its position on the shore of Lake Nipissing and covers an area of 314.92 square Km or 121.6 square miles.
The median total income of persons 15 years of age and over was $20,802. Average value of dwellings was $160,000 Canadian Dollars. North Bay also had 50.7 % of its population report that they had a university certificate, diploma or degree.
North Bay is located approximately 330 kilometers (210 mi) north of Toronto, Ontario and differs in geography from Southern Ontario in that North Bay is situated on the Canadian Shield.
North Bay tends to have a less humid climate than that found in Southern Ontario due somewhat to the distance from the Great Lakes and less warm than some other locations in Northern Ontario due to cooling from Lake Nipissing.
It was in 1882 that John Ferguson John Ferguson decided that the bay north of Lake Nipissing was a promising spot for settlement. North Bay was incorporated as a town in 1891. North Bay’s first mayor was John Bourke.
North Bay grew through a strong lumbering sector, mining and the three railways in the early days. The town benefited from strong community leadership who were responsible for its development. In 1919, John Ferguson was elected mayor of North Bay and continued to serve as mayor until 1992. North Bay was incorporated as a city in August of 1925.
North Bay's economy currently are the university and college populations, the hospitals (awaiting construction of a modern new district hospital, which has experienced delays), a military installation at the airport, tourism, and a stable provincial government service centre.
North Bay is the home of Nipissing University, which was founded in 1922, and of Canadore College which was founded in 1967. Approximately 7,000 full-time students (and thousands more part-time students) are enrolled at the two post-secondary institutions, which share a campus in the west end of the city.
As per Canada 2006 census, 48,870 of North Bay residents use English as their mother tongue and 10,000 use French.
City Hall Address:
200 McIntyre St E,
North Bay, ON P1B 8V6