2018 Tour of 49-Cities

The following cites have been identified by our research as host cites for Tiny Towns. We have scheduled visits to these cities specifically to create local public interest in Tiny Homes and our Tiny Town project. We will hold private tour days for the local media as well as special seminar/Q&A with the local city and municipal officials. We want to explain how embracing our project will help them become a more sustainable city while increasing their affordable housing options.

Canada Rank Population*     City Name
46 119,677   Ajax
94 55,445   Aurora
35 141,434   Barrie
97 50,716   Belleville
9 593,638   Brampton
57 97,496   Brantford
28 183,314   Burlington
82 66,502   Caledon (Bolton)
42 129,920   Cambridge
54 101,647   Chatham - Kent
60 92,013   Clarington (Bowmanville - Newcastle)
105 46,589   Cornwall
109 45,418   Georgina (Keswick)
29 161,531   Greater Sudbury (Grand Sudbury)
41 131,794   Guelph
108 45,608   Haldimand (Cayuga - Caledonia - Hagersville)
89 61,161   Halton Hills (Georgetown)
10 536,917   Hamilton
72 75,423   Kawartha Lakes (Lindsay)
45 123,798   Kingston
21 233,222   Kitchener
15 383,822   London
16 328,966   Markham
49 110,128   Milton
6 721,599   Mississauga
68 84,224   Newmarket
64 88,071   Niagara Falls
85 64,044   Norfolk (Simcoe)
96 51,553   North Bay
27 193,832   Oakville
31 159,458   Oshawa
4 934,243   Ottawa
71 81,032   Peterborough
61 91,771   Pickering
111 43,577   Quinte West (Trenton)
26 195,022   Richmond Hill
78 71,594   Sarnia
76 73,368   Sault Ste. Marie
40 133,113   St. Catharines
51 107,909   Thunder Bay
114 41,788   Timmins
1 2,731,571   Toronto
17 306,233   Vaughan
52 104,986   Waterloo
95 52,293   Welland
43 128,377   Whitby
107 45,837   Whitchurch - Stouffville
23 217,188   Windsor
116 40,902   Woodstock

Notes:

  • Population* figures are based on 2016 data.
  • The cities chosen across Canada have a population of 40,000 residences and greater.
  • Tiny Towns are planned to be within commuting distance of each host city (under 30 minutes).
  • We plan to work with each city to develop a Tiny Town – Host City public transit system to support our sustainable, environmentally responsible, Tiny Town plan.