When it comes to the top 25 most interesting villages in Canada, only two appear in the list.
One is in the northwest corner of the country.
The other is in Manitoba’s remote Algonquin region, located just a few hours from Winnipeg.
The list also contains a few villages that are in different parts of the province.
It is not the most populated village in North America.
There are just six on the list with a population of more than 11,000.
That means a total of only about 10 people live there.
The number of people living in the village of St. George has grown steadily over the years.
It now stands at more than 10,000, and the population has doubled.
It also has a population that is smaller than the one that is considered “invisible” in most communities.
That village has a total population of just 4,600 people.
While the average population in Canada is about 10,500, that number is higher in some communities.
In the Manitoba city of Winnipeg, the population is more than 50,000 people.
In the Algonquins, population is a little less than 3,500.
There, the average is just 2,000 to 3,000 and the average number of residents is about 7,000 – the equivalent of about a third of the population in the largest city in the country, Winnipeg.
What does this mean for the future?
Many of the most beautiful villages in the North are now being replaced by development projects, and some of them are likely to disappear.
In some places, like St. Johnsbury, Ont., where the population grew by more than 300 per cent over the past 40 years, a proposed development will turn the village into a housing complex.
The new housing development will require the removal of a village of more the same size as St. Giselle’s and a new village of some 500 people.
There are many examples of villages disappearing from the list of most interesting communities in Canada.
It is not uncommon to find a village that is still a little smaller than it used to be and has been converted into a large-scale development.