Town Facts

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Next Stop “The Little Town with the Big Heart”

Englehart and the Ontario Northland Railway (formerly The Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway) grew up together, in the fertile soil of the north. Chosen by the T&NO Railway to be the halfway divisional point between Timmins and North Bay, our town was created. Centrally located in the District of Temiskaming along the Highway 11 (Trans Canada) corridor, Englehart is a progressive, family oriented municipality. Whether you are resident or visitor, please browse our site for all Englehart has to offer.

(To learn more about the founding of Englehart, click on the images above for a larger view.)


Englehart Facts:

  • Railway officials chose the name “Englehart” in honor of the Railway Commission Chairman, Jake (Jacob Lewis) Englehart
  • The 701 Steam Engine was the last steam engine to ever ride its regular run on the ONR rails - now proudly displayed beside the ONR train station in Englehart for everyone to enjoy
  • Home of CFL legend Lenny Sparks
  • Englehart Woollings was named after the Town of Englehart - being the first baby born here
  • The Great fire of 1922 which devastated many communities was stopped at the doorstep of Englehart. Many of the survivors were temporarily housed in T&NO street cars
  • Kap-Kig-Iwan Provincial Park with its "high falls" and endless beauty is situated only a stone's throw from the town.

Town AreaLatitudeLongitudee
300 hectares
(741 acres)
47 degrees
50 minutes North
79 degrees
50 minutes West


Population
Town of Englehart1,554
Number of Households746
Average / Household2.7


Age Distribution
 MalesFemales
Total individuals, etc.725830-835
Median Age46.452.2
Age 0-42035
Age 5-19135105
Age 20-44190195
Age 45-64235245
Age 65+ Individuals etc.145250