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But inSmooth Rock Falls, kilometres north of Timmins, did.
Over the next decade, the population dropped from 1, to 1, according to the census, reflecting a larger trend in the north, which has been hard hit by industry closures and has an aging population. But over the past 14 months, Smooth Rock Falls has been receiving widespread media attention again — this time for a much different reason.
The land offer has sparked worldwide interest: Arsenault said the town has gotten calls from prospective buyers as far afield as Russia and Australia. Those roughly 50 new people represent a 3. She explained that the couple paid much less for their house in the north than they would have in Grey County, where they were renting although she declined to disclose the price of their new place.
Since moving, the year-old and her husband have merged their home- and cottage-care businesses. People want to get work done, and the community is open for business. People are really nice here. He quickly made an impression on his new neighbours, successfully running for town council, which consists of four councillors and a mayor. Moving up north had always been on his bucket list, he said.
He relocated last Easter, and in December, the retired teacher, who is also a pastor, became the chaplain of a local Legion hall. His wife, Angie, and her parents came, too. We canoe, kayak, do all the things that northerners do. This is one in a series of stories about issues affecting northeastern Ontario.
It's brought to you with the assistance of Laurentian University. Maybe you should consider heading to Smooth Rock Falls. By Claude Sharma - Published on Jan 10, In Octoberthe town of Smooth Rock Falls announced a campaign incentivizing people and businesses to move there. Courtesy Town of Smooth Rock Falls. Comments X.
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