Living in North Bay

North Bay is a vibrant community nestled between Lake Nipissing and Trout Lake with a population of approximately 52,662 people. North Bay is located in the District of Nipissing.

North Bay's location is on the traditional territory of the Nipissing First Nation Anishnabe. This territory is covered by the Robinson-Huron and Upper Canada Treaties.

North Bay offers the best of both worlds in urban and rural living. Lakefront properties or country settings are available within minutes of the active downtown core. The local economy offers employment in various professions, industries and trades, offering the perfect balance of work and family life.

Residents can take advantage of excellent health care, specialty family services, retirement facilities, places of worship and cultural associations, accessible transportation, technological-infrastructure and more.

Multi-level educational opportunities include English and French language curriculums for both elementary and high school, along with excellent college, university, and technical training institutions.

The natural environment lends the perfect setting for all-season recreational activities and special events, including a multitude of outdoor pursuits, arts, and entertainment.

North Bay is a wonderful city to raise a family, pursue an education, advance a career, settle into retirement and live a happy, healthy lifestyle.

Residents sitting on the grass at a Canada Day  event Community members trying various food at the interntional food fest.