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Ulf T. Runesson

Faculty of Natural
Resources Management,
Lakehead University

955 Oliver Road,
Thunder Bay, Ontario,
Canada P7B 5E1

     (807) 343-8784

     (807) 346-7769


Terrace Bay
Population: 2,639
Location: 220 km west of Thunder Bay on Hwy. 17.
Transportation: Terrace Bay Airport
(private planes only, no regular scheduled commercial planes)
Greyhound Canada
(twice daily east and west)
Canadian Pacific Railway Intermodal Freight
Major Industry: Kimberley Clark Forest Products Inc.
Major Attractions: Slate Islands Provincial Park
Terrace Bay Beach
Aguasabon Falls and Gorge
Casque Isles Hiking Trail linking with Schreiber and Rossport
Interesting Fact: Terrace Bay was a planned community built by, and to service, the Kimberly Clark Pulp Mill in 1947. The engineers designing the town took advantage of the glacial terraces that Terrace Bay sits on and used them in the design of the town.

Contact Information
Township of Terrace Bay

     P.O. Box 40, Highway 17,
     Terrace Bay, ON P0T 2W0

          (807) 825-3315
          (807) 825-9576
Terrace Bay Tourist Information Centre

     P.O. Box 1207, Highway 17,
     Terrace Bay, ON P0T 2W0

          (800) 968-8616
          (807) 825-9721
          (807) 825-9608
Terrace Bay Community Development

     P.O. Box 460, Highway 17,
     Terrace Bay, ON P0T 2W0

          (807) 825-3542
          (807) 825-9608
Last Modified: January 20, 2014 20:01:06. 
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