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Northern Ontario covers 90% of the area of , but has only 6% of its population—about 730,000 people. Sparse and natural, the area is known for its outdoors activities and rugged inhabitants.
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is a city in with a population of nearly 42,000.

Sault Ste. Marie is a city of approximately 78,000 people, in .

is a city of approximately 160,000 people, located in Northern , .

is a small city in . It had a 2016 population of 15,000.

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lies at the far northwestern point of the Great Lakes of , and is a transportation bridge between the rich agricultural Prairies of and the Atlantic Ocean and the rest of the world.

is a city of approximately 52,000 people in .

is an island in Algoma District in .

is a city in . The city of encompasses the towns of Dymond, Haileybury, and New Liskeard.

is a township of 1,600 people on the north shore of Lake Superior in .

is a city in . is a town in Northern Ontario, on the eastern shore of Georgian Bay in the Heart of the 30,000 Islands.

, the "Gem of the Northshore", is a township in with 1,500 residents that is 150 km² in size.

is a municipality of 80 people in , and a place of natural beauty.

is large island in northern Lake Huron in the province of , .

is a former mining town on a sparsely-populated section of the Trans-Canada Highway in .

is a town of 5300 people in .

is a town of 1,725 people in , referred to as the "Gateway to the Arctic" and is Ontario's only saltwater port where goods are transferred from trains to aircraft and barges to more northerly communities.

is a city of about 10,700 people in .

is a small town in , midway between The Sault and Sudbury on the Trans-Canada Highway, which serves as a rest stop with sandy beaches, campgrounds and a championship golf course.

is a town of 4,100 people in .

is a city in . 's population has hovered near the 5000-5500 number for the last 30-40 years.

, or just Kap, is a town of 8300 people in .

is a city in . The municipality was incorporated in 1999 and its boundaries include the township of Rutherford, George Island, the majority of Provincial Park and the French River Delta.

The self-proclaimed "Moose Capital of Canada", is a town of 5,500 people in .

is a town of 7,700 people in .

is a community of a couple of thousand people on Highway 11 in .

is Ontario's smallest incorporated city, located 140km east of on the Trans-Canada Highway in .

is a town of 1,100 people in .

is a town of 842 people in .

is a town of about 3,500 people in .

is a town of about 5,300 people in , approximately 350 km northwest of Thunder Bay.

is a city in . For thousands of years the Natives used the as a meeting place to exchange goods.

is a scenic township of about 940 people on the shores of Lake Superior in .

is a township of about 1100 people in , near the northernmost point on Lake Superior and the main exposure of the Gunflint chert.

is a tiny village on the Trans-Canada Highway in .

is a national park just south of Marathon in , .

is a small town of a couple of thousand people in .

is a township in . It has about 2100 people.

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