Township of Tiny
The Township of Tiny is an environmentally focused, diverse family of communities providing an economically sustainable and healthy lifestyle for its residents and visitors alike.
The Township’s corporate values include operational performance excellence, building strong and vibrant communities, growing our local economy, respect for our rural environment, a responsible and responsive government, and improving technology.
The picturesque Township is located in the Southern Georgian Bay area and boasts some of the most beautiful trails and beaches in the region. A culturally diverse community with a strong Francophone influence adds to the rich heritage.
The population is 11,787 (Statistics Canada, Census of Population, 2016); but as a popular destination for tourism and cottagers, the population more than doubles over the summer months.
Home to the Tiny Marsh Provincial Wildlife Area, Ontario’s first provincially owned and managed wetland. It offers visitors year-round use of 600 hectares of marsh and 300 hectares of field and forest. Residents and visitors can also take advantage of Awenda Provincial Park, set on the beautiful shores of Georgian Bay, for camping, hiking, and cross-country skiing.