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The Municipality of Greenstone (Canada 2011 Census population 4,724) is located along Trans-Canada Highway 11 in Northwestern Ontario, 300km northeast of the City of Thunder Bay.

Greenstone was created on January 1, 2001 by the amalgamation of the former municipalities of the Town of Geraldton, the Town of Longlac, the Township of Nakina and the Township of Beardmore, and an extensive area of unincorporated territory including numerous settlement areas such as; Caramat, Jellicoe, MacDiarmid and Orient Bay. First Nation communities within Greenstone municipal boundaries are Long Lake 58, Lake Nipigon Ojibway, Rocky Bay and Sand Point, while Aroland and Ginoogaming First Nations are situated just outside the Municipality, adjacent to the wards of Nakina and Longlac, respectively.

Greenstone is located in the District of Thunder Bay and has an area of 3,172 sq km (1224 sq mi) making it one of the largest municipalities in Canada.

 

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