The Township of Strong is "together for a stronger tomorrow"

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 Our History
The first settlers arrived in the land know as The Township of Strong as early as 1876 and was incorporated in 1877. The municipality is a single tier township in the province of Ontario, Canada. Located in the Parry Sound District, the Township surrounds but does not include the Village of Sundridge. The Township surrounds Lake Bernard, which is claimed to be the world’s largest freshwater lake without an island. The lake is the most important asset. It attracts people in all seasons for swimming, fishing, sailing, canoeing, skating and many other sports. It provides photographers and artists with endless hours of recreation. 
Our Demographics 
  • Strong encompasses an area of 160 sq. kms
  • Current population is approximately 1439 residents 
  • 43% of population is over the age of 60
  • 3 lakes in the Township
  • 997 households
  • 80 commercial properties
  • 176 kms of Municipal maintained roads
  • 10 bridges/structures
Our Location 
  • Located 280 km from Toronto, 197 km from Sudbury and 411 km from Ottawa
  • Strong is located in the heart of Cottage Country; easily accessible by car from Highway 400
  • Strong has Hwy #11 and Hwy #124 intersecting in the centre of the Township
  • CN Railway line running South to North through the centre of the Township
  • Airport located in Joly Township to the East of Strong Township
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