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Terrace Bay is a beautiful small town situated at the Top of Lake Superior in Ontario, Canada. The Township was created as a result of its proud forestry history and is home to approximately 1,800 residents, with another 1,200 people in nearby Schreiber. All of the amenities of a larger urban area are available … usually within walking distance (Interactive Map). Frequently Asked Questions About Moving to Terrace Bay
Organizations and Services
For a comprehensive listing of organizations and services located in Terrace Bay please visit 211North.ca
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For this upcoming winter season, the municipality will be offering snow removal services to eligible individuals, couples or families.
The Terrace Bay Memorial Arena Opens for the Season on Tuesday, October 10, 2017. For information on public skating times check out the Weekly Arena Schedules.
An Important Message from Ontario Power Generation - OPG:
Stay Clear! Stay Safe! Residents are advised that the flow at the Hays Lake Dam will be increased from the current outflow of 0cms to 70cms on Tuesday September 19th, 2017. The reason for the flow increase is that the Aguasasbon Generating Station is undergoing maintenance until Nov 23 during which time no water can be passed through the turbines. Please exercise caution!
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry advises that a section of a primary forest resource road south of Longlac and north of Terrace Bay, in Nipigon District, will be closed for bridge repairs. A portion of Catlonite Road will be barricaded while repairs are underway. Road access through the site will not be allowed. Catlonite Road is a link to Highway 11 at the north and Highway 17 at the south.
The portion of the road to be closed is located at Long Lake Narrows (Taylor’s Bridge), located approximately 92 kilometres south of Longlac and 52 kilometres north of Terrace Bay. The road is expected to be closed for approximately two weeks, starting Monday, October 2, 2017. While this portion of the road is closed, travellers may choose to use the Goldfield/Wintering Road.
For more information, please contact Dave Barker, Nipigon District, Geraldton Field Office at 807- 854-1810.
Congratulations, Terrace Bay! The Lake Superior Magazine just awarded the town the Best Visitor Information Centre, Best Lake View, Best Family Destination, Reader's Choice - Best Home and Best Scenic Drive in the 2017 Best of the Lake Awards for Ontario!
A big congratulations to Drifters for winning the Ontario - Best Lodging and Best Restaurant.
This is a reminder that, in accordance with Bylaw No. 16-2012, a Bylaw to Prohibit the Feeding of Wildlife within the Corporate limits of The Township of Terrace Bay, Article 3, 3.01 (c) regarding Bird Feeders, using bird feed only between the period of November 1 to April 30. We ask that you please abide by this bylaw due to prevent the attractant of black bears during the remaining month. Please note that this Bylaw will be enforced!
Wonder what is happening at the Terrace Bay Swim Pool? The pool is receiving a facelift with a new Pool Liner for the 2017 Season! Workers are busy taking out the old liner right now to prepare for the new one. This project is funded by the Ontario 150 Community Program - Ontario Trillium Foundation.
Congratulations to AV Terrace Bay on winning the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce's Business Excellence Award!
The Casque Isles Trail has been named amoung the Top 10 of the Top 25 Best Hikes in Ontario by Explore Magazine!
Read the article at Explore Magazine!
Find out what's happening in our community!
Check Out the Current Weekly Arena Schedules!
Oldtimers Hockey is back again this year with a new time slot! Tuesdays & Thursdays from 2pm to 3pm!
NBC Hockey is returning to the Terrace Bay Arena! Tuesdays 8:30pm to 9:30pm and Thursdays 9pm to 10pm! Starts October 11