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We are a border town; we are at the beginning of everything. We have always been the industrial capital of Northwest Ontario, and we will strengthen that role. We always were more than a mill town and we will be so much more than a mining town – aided by the lowest cost power and the most affordable industrial land in Ontario. We are the diversified industrial heartbeat of forestry, mining, agriculture, and tourism.

We live in a time of revived spirit of entrepreneurialism. We are hands on….we make things forged from the land, and from determination of spirit.  We are Do It Yourself. We are also more…. We are the Great Canadian Experience. When nature calls, we answer – inspired by blue lakes, rocky shores and the outdoors in all four seasons. We are resilient, tough and proud. We are Fort Frances Strong. We are BOUNDLESS
Photo courtesy of Emily Drouin Photography

What’s Happening in Fort Frances

  • Notice - Vacancy on Board / Committee

    Applications are invited from qualified persons to serve on the Committee of Adjustment.  Term of office and tenure limits are set according to By-law 36/81.  Appointees to the above Board are to be residents of the Town of Fort Frances and are eligible to be a member of Council.

    Application forms are available at the Civic Centre and will be received by Wednesday December 2, 2015.

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    Customer Complaint Form

    To lodge a complaint, please fill out our Customer Complaint Form and it will be addressed as soon as possible. Thank you.

Experience Boundless Adventures in Fort Frances

  • Into the Wild

    Wrestle with a muskie on one of 70,000 fishable lakes in NW Ontario or go home with tales of the trophy-sized one that got away.

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  • Walk About or Lounge Around

    Shop Scott Street downtown, where hand-crafted food, specialty products, and friendly faces find a home.

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  • The Warmest Tim Hortons in Canada

    During the 2014 holiday season, Tim Hortons made sure #‎WarmWishes were felt in one of Canada’s coldest places, Fort Frances, ON. See how we spread warmth to a small Canadian town.

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