NL Towns With Fewer Than 100 People
By Scio c - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=77101763
If you look in all the little nooks and crannies of our beautiful province you'll find everything from sizable towns with modern amenities to tiny fishing towns.
Some towns are really tiny. In fact, in Newfoundland and Labrador, there are seventeen towns with a population of fewer than 100 inhabitants.
King's Cove 90
Little Bay Islands 71
Nipper's Harbour 85
Point au Gaul 88
Port Kirwan 52
Sally's Cove 20
St. Shott's 66
Terra Nova 73
Tilt Cove 5
Tilt cove is the smallest by far, with just 5 people, it is Canada's smallest town. Tilt Cove is a town located southeast of Baie Verte on Notre Dame Bay and was founded in 1813.
It was also the site of the first mine in Newfoundland. When mining operations began in 1916, the population peaked at 1500.