Canada's Tiniest Town Is The Most Adorable Village Ever (9 Photos)

Total population: 4
Canada's Tiniest Town Is The Most Adorable Village Ever (9 Photos)

If you were to guess-timate how small Canada's tiniest town is, you would probably be WAY off. 

That's because some of you probbaly have more roommates than there are residents in this little village. 

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It's called Tilt cove, and it's is located just southeast of Baie Verte on Notre Dame Bay in Newfoundland

Total Population: 4!

And the last remaining residents aren't planning on moving any time soon. 

I'm sure you're curious what it's like living a in a town of only 4 people, so here's everything you need to know about life in Canada's tiniest town 

via @markfunnell

1. The residents are: Margaret Collins, her husband Don, her brother and her sister in law. 

2. Margaret is the town clerk, Don is the mayor, and the others are town consillors. 

via @wellman86

3. Tilt Cove started off a mining town. It was founded in 1813, and the first mine opened in 1864 .

4. In 1916, the population peaked when 1,500 people were living in the tiny town. 

via @steveclarke709

5. The entire town only has 2 streetlamps. 

6. Their town is the last road in the Province of Newfoundland to be plowed. That will make you think twice before complaining about how long snow clearing takes in Montreal. 

via @ifollowmyownstar

7. The village includes a community museum, and back in the days it used to have a nightclub, a curling rink, a bowling alley and even a movie theatre. 

8. There is no internet! (They probably just steal wi-fi from the next town.)

via @ryanarthursphoto

9. When the movie Ant-Man came out, Marvel studios shipped the world tiniest billboard to Canada's tiniest town. (What is this, a billboard for ants!?)

10. The mine in Tilt cove is filled with zinc, copper and even Gold! I guess now we know why the residents aren't planning on leaving. 

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