TEL-74 Service Area

Updated October 2010

The Local Telephone Service Areas generally correspond to the wireline service areas of the local telephone companies operating in Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia. Population data is based on Statistics Canada 2001 census data.

TEL Area number Name Population
TEL-02 Sept-Îles and Gaspésie, Beauce, Saint-Georges, Sainte-Clotilde-de-Beauce 515,661
TEL-04 Valcourt 10,846
TEL-05 La Baie 1,135
TEL-06 Courcelles 987
TEL-07 Lambton 2,199
TEL-08 Nantes 1,424
TEL-09 Saint-Victor 2,460
TEL-10 Warwick 10,773
TEL-11 Acton 4,232
TEL-12 Saint-Éphrem 2,585
TEL-13 Saint-Liboire 4,453
TEL-14 Etchemin, Nicolet, Saint-Ludger 34,187
TEL-15 Sainte-Rosalie, Notre-Dame-du-Bon-Conseil 13,797
TEL-16 Saint-Paulin 9,908
TEL-17 Québec, Charlevoix, Saguenay, Saint-Jean-Chrysostome, Bas Saint-Laurent, Saint-Nicolas, Saint-Étienne, Deschaillons, Fortierville, Villeroy, Île d'Orléans, Tring-Jonction, Lac-aux-Sables, Sainte-Agathe-de-Lotbinière, Bellechasse 1,098,302
TEL-18 Aylmer, Manitoulin Island East, Bruce Peninsula North, Coldwater, Cambray 37,250
TEL-21 Watford  6,899
TEL-22 Port Elgin 19,352
TEL-24 Thunder Bay 123,853
TEL-25 Dryden 6,555
TEL-26 Kenora 11,812
TEL-27 Woodstock, Port Franks 8,833
TEL-28 Cottam 4,092
TEL-29 Grand Bend 6,862
TEL-30 Goderich 9,277
TEL-31 Lansdowne 3,492
TEL-32 Mornington 5,865
TEL-33 Millbrook 5,732
TEL-34 Keene 3,370
TEL-35 North Frontenac 2,320
TEL-36 North Renfrew 4,055
TEL-37 Moosonee, Iroquois Falls, Marten River, Temagami 4,171
TEL-38 Forest 9,433
TEL-39 Kirkton, Uniondale 9,471
TEL-40 Moose Creek 1,690
TEL-42 Bayfield 7,009
TEL-43 Westport 2,820
TEL-44 Mildmay 14,131
TEL-45 Southern B.C., Dawson Creek Area 3,882,826
TEL-46 Fort Nelson Area 10,269
TEL-47 Prince Rupert 14,643
TEL-48 Rainy River District 23,855
TEL-55 Sioux Narrows-East Hawk Lake-Minaki 5,783
TEL-57 Grand Bend (PCS) 4,282
TEL-62 Cochrane 6,412
TEL-63 North-Eastern Ontario and HWY 144 109,741
TEL-64 Algoma, Hornpayne 10,070
TEL-66 Oxdrift, East Dryden 4,871
TEL-68 Lake Superior North, Sioux Lookout to Raith, Highway 105, Greenstone 38,265
TEL-69 South, North, East Ontario 10,923,603
TEL-70 Zurich 2,581
TEL-71 North-Eastern Ontario 109,108
TEL-72 Yukon Territory less Whitehorse 9,615
TEL-73 Whitehorse, NWT & Nunavut 83,164
TEL-74 South, North, East Ontario, Algoma, Hornpayne 10,917,184
TEL-76 Nipigon-Armstrong-Whitefish Lake 6,046
TEL-78 Deception Bay 1,440
TEL-79 South, North, East Ontario 10,905,585
TEL-80 Southern Quebec, Québec, Charlevoix, Saguenay, Bas Saint-Laurent, Thetford Mines, Plessisville, Saint-Rosaire, Victoriaville, Saint-Barnabé South, Saint-Valérien-de-Milton, Saint-Jacques-de-Horton, Hudson's Bay 6,264,721
TEL-81 Abitibi and James Bay, Mont-Laurier, Les Bois-Francs, Saint-Ours, Magdalen Islands, Clarendon, Bedford, Drummondville-Sud, Château-Richer, Frontenac 358,112
TEL-82 Sept-Îles and Gaspésie, Beauce 461,176
TEL-83 Grassy Narrows, Koko Lake, Folyet 1,718
TEL-84 Sept-Îles and Gaspésie, Beauce, Saint-Georges-Est, Saint-Clothilde-de-Beauce 525,662
TEL-88 Abitibi and James Bay, Mont-Laurier, Les Bois-Francs, Saint-Ours, Magdalen Islands, Clarendon, Bedford, Drummondville-Sud, Château-Richer, Frontenac excluding Saint-Honoré 356,441

Local Telephone Services Areas Table (TEL)

Map of Service Area TEL–02

Map of service area TEL-02


This service area includes three separate areas in Quebec. The first includes Sept–Îles, Gaspé and Rimouski; the second includes Saint–Georges–Est and Sainte–Clotilde–de–Beauce; and the third includes the Beauce region.

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 515,661.

Local Telephone Services Areas Table (TEL)

Map of Service Area TEL–04

Map of service area TEL-04


This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Quebec: Roxton Falls, Valcourt, Racine, Sainte-Anne-de-la-Rochelle and Orford (but excludes Granby).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 10,846.

Local Telephone Services Areas Table (TEL)

Map of Service Area TEL–05

Map of service area TEL-05


This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Quebec: Baie-du-Febvre (but excludes Nicolet-Sud and Notre-Dame-de-Pierreville).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 1,135.

Local Telephone Services Areas Table (TEL)

Map of Service Area TEL–06

Map of service area TEL-06


This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Quebec: Courcelles (but excludes Saint-Évariste-de-Forsythe and Lambton).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 987.

Local Telephone Services Areas Table (TEL)

Map of Service Area TEL–07

Map of service area TEL-07


This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Quebec: Lambton and Saint-Romain (but excludes Courcelles, Saint-Évariste-de-Forsythe and Stratford).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 2,199.

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Map of Service Area TEL–08

Map of service area TEL-08


This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Quebec: Nantes (but excludes Sainte-Cécile-de-Whitton, Saint-Romain and Frontenac).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 1,424.

Local Telephone Services Areas Table (TEL)

Map of Service Area TEL–09

Map of service area TEL-09


This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Quebec: Saint-Victor (but excludes Sainte-Clotilde-de-Beauce and Saint-Éphrem-de-Beauce).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 2,460.

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Map of Service Area TEL–10

Map of service area TEL-10


This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Quebec: Warwick, Saint-Albert, Saint-Samuel-de-Horton and Kingsey Falls (but excludes Sainte-Eulalie).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 10,773.

Local Telephone Services Areas Table (TEL)

Map of Service Area TEL–11

Map of service area TEL-11


This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Quebec: Upton and Saint-Valérien-de-Milton (but excludes Acton Vale, Saint-Liboire and Saint-Simon-de-Bagot).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 4,232.

Local Telephone Services Areas Table (TEL)

Map of Service Area TEL–12

Map of service area TEL-12


This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Quebec: Saint-Éphrem-de-Beauce (but excludes Saint-Évariste-de-Forsythe, Saint-Victor and Sainte-Clotilde-de-Beauce).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 2,585.

Local Telephone Services Areas Table (TEL)

Map of Service Area TEL–13

Map of service area TEL-13


This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Quebec: Saint-Liboire (but excludes Upton, Saint-Simon-de-Bagot, Saint-Valérien and Saint-Dominique).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 4,453.

Local Telephone Services Areas Table (TEL)

This service area includes two maps within Tier 2 in Quebec.

First Map of Service Area TEL–14

Map of service area TEL-14

This first map includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Quebec: Saint-Jean-Baptiste-de-Nicolet, Nicolet and Nicolet-Sud (but excludes Baie-du-Febvre).

Second Map of Service Area TEL–14

This map shows a portion of TEL-01

This second map shows the other two areas within TEL-14 which are on the US border. The first area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Quebec: Panet, Lac-Etchemin, Beauceville-Ouest and Saint-Zacharie. The second area, which is to the South West includes Saint-Ludger.

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 34,187.

Local Telephone Services Areas Table (TEL)

Map of Service Area TEL–15

Map of service area TEL-15

This service area includes two separate areas, South of St. Pierre Lake. The first area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Quebec: Sainte-Perpétue and Bon-Conseil. The second area, to the South West, includes Sainte-Rosalie. Both exclude Saint-Guillaume.

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 13,797.

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Map of Service Area TEL–16

Map of service area TEL-16


This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Quebec: Saint-Élie, Saint-Alexis-des-Monts and Saint-Sévère (but excludes Saint-Mathieu-du-Parc).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 9,908.

Name: Québec, Charlevoix, Saguenay, Saint-Jean-Chrysostome, Bas-Saint-Laurent, Saint-Nicolas, Saint-Étienne, Deschaillons, Fortierville, Villeroy, Île d'Orléans, Tring-Jonction, Lac-aux-Sables, Sainte-Agathe-de-Lotbinière, Bellechasse

Colour indicating the TEL service area on map Colour indicating TEL-17 service area which is found within Tier 2 in the province of Quebec.

This map represents the service area of TEL-17.

This service area includes several separate areas. The larger includes following town(s) or city(ies): Roberval, Jonquière, Île d'Orléans, and Tadoussac, Quebec (but excludes Fermont, Mistissini and Chibougamou, Quebec). The following geographic feature(s) are also displayed: Lac Saint-Jean. The map which follows on this page provides a more detailed view of the smaller areas to the south.

The total population according the Statistics Canada 2001 census is: 1,098,302.

This map shows a portion of TEL-17 This map shows a portion of TEL-17

This map shows the other areas within TEL-17 which are smaller and to the south, and include following town(s) or city(ies): Lac-aux-Sables, Villeroy, Tring-Jonction, and Saint-Magloire, Quebec.

This map is a portion of TEL-17

Name: Aylmer, Manitoulin Island East, Bruce Peninsula North, Coldwater, Cambray

Colour indicating the TEL service area on map Colour indicating TEL-18 service area which is found within Tier 2 in the province of Ontario.

This map represents the service area of TEL-18.

There are five separate, small areas located from Southern Ontario to Georgian Bay. The maps which follow on this page provide more detailed views of this service area.

The total population according the Statistics Canada 2001 census is: 37,250.

Map of service area TEL-18

This map shows an area within TEL-18 and includes the following town(s) or city(ies): Lion';s Head, Miller Lake, Tobermory, Spring Bay and Manitowaning, Ontario. The following geographic feature(s) are also displayed: Georgian Bay and Lake Huron.

This map shows a portion of Tel-18

This map shows an area within TEL-18 and includes the following town(s) or city(ies): Coldwater and Hydro Glen, Ontario (but excludes Cedar Nook, Waubaushene, and Wyebridge, Ontario). The following geographic feature(s) are also displayed: Georgian Bay and Couchiching Lake.

This map shows a portion of Tel-18

This map shows an area within TEL-18. The area is surrounded by: Kirkfield, Lindsay, Woodville, and Fenelon Falls, Ontario. The following geographic feature(s) are also displayed: Balsam, Cameron, and Pigeon Lakes.

This map shows a portion of Tel-18

This map shows an area within TEL-18 and includes the following town(s) or city(ies): Aylmer, Staffordville and Port Burwell, Ontario (but exludes London, St. Thomas, and Norwich, Ontario). The following geographic feature(s) are also displayed: Lake Erie.

This map shows a portion of Tel-18

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Map of Service Area TEL–21

Map of service area TEL-21

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Watford, Alvinston and Inwood (but excludes Glencoe).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 6,899.

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Map of Service Area TEL–22

Map of service area TEL-22

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Port Elgin, Paisley, Tiverton and Kincardine (but excludes Holyrood, Tara and Ripley).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 19,352.

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Map of Service Area TEL–24

Map of service area TEL-24

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Thunder Bay, Kakabeka Falls and South Gillies (but excludes Pass Lake and Shebandowan).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 123,853.

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Map of Service Area TEL–25

Map of service area TEL-25

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Dryden (but excludes Wabigoon).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 6,555.

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Map of Service Area TEL–26

Map of service area TEL-26

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Keewaitin and Kenora (but excludes Clearwater Bay and Kenora No. 38B).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 11,812.

Name: Woodstock, Port Franks

Colour indicating the TEL service area on map Colour indicating TEL-27 service area which is found within Tier 2 in the province of Ontario.

This map represents the service area of TEL-27.

This map shows the two separate, small areas located between Lake Huron and Lake Erie in Southern Ontario. The maps which follow on this page provide more detailed views of this service area.

The total population according the Statistics Canada 2001 census is: 8,833.

Map of service area TEL-27

This map shows an area within TEL-27 which includes the following town(s) or city(ies): Thedford and Fort Franks, Ontario (but excludes Grand Bend, Park Hill and Forest, Ontario). The following geographic feature(s) are also displayed: Lake Huron.

This map shows a portion of TEL-27

This map shows an area within TEL-27 which includes the following town(s) or city(ies): Burgessville, Ontario (but excludes Norwich, Woodstock and Beachville, Ontario).

This map shows a portion of TEL-27

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Map of Service Area TEL–28

Map of service area TEL-28

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Cottam (but excludes Essex, South Woodslee, Kingsville and Pigeon Bay).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 4,092.

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Map of Service Area TEL–29

Map of service area TEL-29

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Hay and Grand Bend (but excludes Port Franks, Hensall and Bayfield).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 6,862.

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Map of Service Area TEL–30

Map of service area TEL-30

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Ripley, Holyrood and Dungannon (but excludes Teeswater).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 9,277.

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Map of Service Area TEL–31

Map of service area TEL-31

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Landsdowne (but excludes Mallorytown and Seeley's Bay).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 3,492.

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Map of Service Area TEL–32

Map of service area TEL-32

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Newton and Milverton (but excludes Listowel, Mitchell and Sebringville).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 5,865.

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Map of Service Area TEL–33

Map of service area TEL-33

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Millbrook (but excludes Peterborough and Bethany).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 5,732.

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Map of Service Area TEL–34

Map of service area TEL-34

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Indian River, Keene and Hiawatha First Nation No. 36 (but excludes Peterborough).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 3,370.

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Map of Service Area TEL–35

Map of service area TEL-35

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Tichborne, Parham and Sharbot Lake (but excludes Arden and Maberly).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 2,320.

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Map of Service Area TEL–36

Map of service area TEL-36

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Westmeath and Beachburg (but excludes Pembroke and Cobden).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 4,055.

Name: Moosonee, Iroquois Falls, Marten River, Temagami

Colour indicating the TEL service area on map Colour indicating TEL-37. service area which is found within Tier 2 in the province of Ontario.

This map represents the service area of TEL-37. There are four small separate areas located in Northern Ontario from Temagami to Moosonee, Ontario. The maps which follow on this page provide more detailed views of this service area.

The total population according the Statistics Canada 2001 census, is: 4,171.

Map of service area TEL-37

This map shows an area within TEL-37 which includes the following town(s) or city(ies): Moosonee, Moose Factory, and Factory Island No. 1, Ontario. The following geographic feature(s) are also displayed: the Moose River and James Bay.

This map shows a portion of TEL-37

This map shows an area within TEL-37 which excludes Iroquois Falls, Ontario which lies just south.

This map shows a portion of TEL-37

This map shows two small areas within TEL-37 which are near but exclude Temagami, Bear Island No. 1, and Marten River, Ontario.

This map shows a portion of TEL-37

Local Telephone Services Areas Table (TEL)

Map of Service Area TEL–38

Map of service area TEL-38

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Forest (but excludes Thedford, Waterford and Port Franks).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 9,433.

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Map of Service Area TEL–39

Map of service area TEL-39

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Kirkton, Granton and Sebringville (but exclude St. Mary's, Mitchell and Hensall).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 9,471.

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Map of Service Area TEL–40

Map of service area TEL-40

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Avonmore and Moose Creek (but excludes Embrun, Maxville and Casselman).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 1,690.

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Map of Service Area TEL–42

Map of service area TEL-42

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Bayfield and Hensall (but excludes Clinton and Seaforth).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 7,009.

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Map of Service Area TEL–43

Map of service area TEL-43

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Westport (but excludes Parham, Tichborne, Maberly and Sharbot Lake).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 2,820.

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Map of Service Area TEL–44

Map of service area TEL-44

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Teeswater, Mildmay and Gorrie (but excludes Dungannon, Listowel and Holyrood).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 14,131.

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Map of Service Area TEL–45

Map of service area TEL-45

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in British Columbia: Prince George, Kamloops, Vancouver and Nanaimo.

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 3,882,826.

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Map of Service Area TEL–46

Map of service area TEL-46

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in British Columbia: Peace River.

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 10,269.

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Map of Service Area TEL–47

Map of service area TEL-47

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in British Columbia: Prince Rupert (but excludes Port Edward and Lax Kw'alaams No. 1).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 14,643.

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Map of Service Area TEL–48

Map of service area TEL-48

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Nestor Falls, Rainy River and Shabandowan (but exclude Kakabeka Falls, South Gillies, Upsala, Kenora, Sioux Narrows and Vermilion Bay).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 23,855.

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Map of Service Area TEL–55

Map of service area TEL-55

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Sioux Narrows (but exclude Kenora, Vermillion Bay and Nestor Falls).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 5,783.

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Map of Service Area TEL–57

Map of TEL-57 Service Area: Grand Bend, PCS

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Grand Bend and the vicinity (but excludes Zurich, Port Franks and Hensall).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 4,282.

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Map of Service Area TEL–62

Map of service area TEL-68

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Cochrane.

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 6,412.

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Map of Service Area TEL–63

Map of service area TEL-63

This service area includes an area in North-Eastern Ontario and HWY 144, Kenogamissi Lake — Watershed, Hearst and Timmins (but excludes Cochrane, Temagami and Chapleau No. 75).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 109,741.

Name: Algoma, Hornpayne

Colour indicating the TEL servcie area on map Colour indicating Tel-64 service area which is found within Tier 2 in the province of Ontario.

This map represents the service area of TEL-64.

This service area comprises two separate areas. The area to the north includes the town of Hornpayne, Ontario (but excludes Geraldton and Smoothrock Falls, Ontario); the area to the south includes Dubreuilville, Chapleau, and Goulais Bay, Ontario (but excludes Marathon, Ontario). The following geographic feature(s) are also displayed: Lake Superior.

The total population according the Statistics Canada 2001 census is: 10,070.

Map of service area TEL-64

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Map of Service Area TEL–66

Map of service area TEL-66

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Ontario: Oxdrift and East of Dryden (but excludes Dryden, Machin, Vermillion Bay and Sioux Lookout).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 4,871.

Name: Lake Superior North, Sioux Lookout to Raith, Highway 105, Greenstone

Colour indicating the TEL service area on map Colour indicating Tel-68 service area which is found within Tier 2 in the province of Ontario.

This map represents the service area of Tel-68.

The Tel-68 includes four separate areas. The first includes: Red Lake, Perrault Falls, and Vermilion Bay, Ontario; the second includes Sioux Lookout and Upsala, Ontario; the third includes Geraldton, Ontario; and the fourth includes Marathon, Ontario. Excluded from this TEL area are Thunder Bay and Nipigon, Ontario. The following geographic feature(s) are also displayed: Lake Superior and Lake Nipigon.

The total population according the Statistics Canada 2001 census is: 38,265.

Map of service area TEL-68

Name: South, North, East Ontario

Colour indicating the TEL servcie area on map Colour indicating TEl-69 service area which is found within Tier 2 in the province of Ontario.

This map represents the service area of TEl-69.

This service area includes Southern, Northern and Eastern Ontario as well as Algoma and Hornpayne, Ontario. The following geographic feature(s) are also displayed: James Bay and Lakes Big Trout, Nipigon, and Superior.

The total population according to the Statistics Canada 2001 census is: 10,923,603.

Map of service area TEL-69

Name: Zurich

Colour indicating the TEL servcie area on map Colour indicating TEL-70 service area which is found within Tier 2 in the province of Ontario.

This map represents the service area of TEL-70.

This service area includes Zurich, Ontario as well as some areas outside of the following towns: Grand Bend, Port Franks, and Hensall, Ontario. The following geographic feature is also displayed: Lake Huron.

The total population according to the Statistics Canada 2001 census is: 2,581.

Map of TEL-70 Service Area: Zurich

Name: North-Eastern Ontario

Colour indicating the TEL servcie area on map Colour indicating TEL-71 service area which is found within Tier 2 in the province of Ontario.

This map represents the service area of TEL-71.

This service area includes an area in north-eastern Ontario, Kenogamissi Lake — Watershed, Hearst and Timmins, Ontario (but excludes Cochrane, Temagami and Chapleau No. 75, Ontario). The following geographic feature(s) are also displayed: Lake Superior.

The total population according the Statistics Canada 2001 census is: 109,108

Map of service area TEL-71

Local Telephone Services Areas Table (TEL)

Map of Service Area TEL–72

Map of service area TEL-72

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut: Dawson City, Mayo, Carmacks, Faro, Watson and Haines Junction (but excludes Whitehorse).

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 9,615.

Name: Whitehorse, NWT & Nunavut

Colour indicating the TEL service area on map Colour indicating Tel-73 service area which is found within Tier 2 of Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut.

This map represents the service area of TEL-73.

This service area includes Whitehorse, Northwest Territories and Nunavut. The following geographic features are also displayed: The Arctic Ocean, Baffin Bay, Hudson Bay, Great Bear Lake and Great Slave Lake.

The total population according to the Statistics Canada 2001 census is: 83,164.

Map of service area TEL-73

Name: South, North, East Ontario, Algoma, Hornpayne

Colour indicating the TEL service area on map Colour indicating Tel-74 service area which is found within Tier 2 in the province of Ontario.

This map represents the service area of TEL-74.

This service area includes South, North, East Ontario as well as Algoma and Hornpayne, Ontario.

The total population according to Statistics Canada 2001 census is: 10,917,184.

Map of service area TEL-74

Name: Nipigon-Armstrong-Whitefish Lake

Colour indicating the TEL service area on map Colour indicating Tel-76 service area which is found within Tier 2 in the province of Ontario.

This service area includes two separate areas. One goes from the U.S. to Whitefish Lake, covering HWY 61, southwest of Thunder Bay, Ontario. The other is east of Thunder Bay, Ontario and includes the following town(s) or city(ies): Whitesand, Gull River, Nipigon, and Dorion, Ontario (but excludes Geraldton, Rocky Bay, Upsala and Thunder Bay, Ontario). The following geographic feature(s) are also displayed: Lakes Nipigon and Superior.

The total population according to Statistics Canada 2001 census is: 6,046.

Map of service area TEL-76

Name: Deception Bay

Colour indicating the TEL service area on map Colour indicating Tel-78 service area which is found within Tier 2 in the province of Ontario.

This map represents the service area of TEL-78.

This service area includes Deception Bay, Ontario and an area which covers Highway 17 west of Kenora, Ontario, north of Shoal Lake, and ending at the Manitoba border.

The total population according to Statistics Canada 2001 census is: 1,440.

Map of service area TEL-78

Local Telephone Services Areas Table (TEL)

Map of Service Area TEL–79

Map of service area TEL-79

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in South, North, East Ontario as well as Algoma and Hornpayne: Big Trout Lake, Lake Nipigon, Ottawa, Kingston, Toronto, London and Windsor.

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 10,905,585.

Name: Southern Quebec, Québec, Charlevoix, Saguenay, Bas Saint-Laurent, Plessisville, Saint-Rosaire, Victoriaville, Saint-Barnabé South, Saint-Valérien-de-Milton, Saint-Jacques-de-Horton, Hudson's Bay.

Colour indicating the TEL service area on map Colour indicating TEL-80 service area which is found within Tier 2 in the province of Quebec.

This map represents the service area of TEL-80.

This service area includes an area in Northern Quebec, which borders on the northern portions of Hudson's Bay and Newfoundland and Labrador, as well as separate areas which include portions of Southern Quebec, Saguenay, Charlevoix and the Bas Saint-Laurent regions. The maps which follow on this page provide more detailed views of this service area.

The total population according the Statistics Canada 2001 census is: 6 264 721.

This map shows the service area of TEL-80

This map shows a portion of TEL-80 which includes Southern Quebec, Saguenay, Charlevoix and Bas Saint-Laurent regions.

This map shows a portion of TEL-80

This map shows an area within TEL-80 which displays the Saint-Valérien-de-Milton region and its proximity to the Southern Quebec portion of the service area.

This map shows a portion of TEL-80

This map shows an area within TEL-80 which displays the Saint-Barnabé-Sud region and its proximity to the Southern Quebec portion of the service area.

This map shows a portion of TEL-80

This map shows two separate areas within TEL-80 and their proximity to the Southern Quebec portion of the service area. One includes Saint-Jacques-de-Horton, Quebec and the other includes Victoriaville and Saint-Rosaire, Quebec.

This map shows a portion of TEL-80

This map shows an area within TEL-80 which includes the following town(s) or city(ies): Plessisville and Thetford Mines, Quebec.

This map shows a portion of TEL-80

Name:: Abitibi and James Bay, Mont-Laurier, Les Bois-Francs, Saint-Ours, Magdalen Islands, Clarendon, Bedford, Drummondville-Sud, Château-Richer, Frontenac

Colour indicating the TEL service area on map Colour indicating TEL-81 service area which is found within Tier 2 in the province of Quebec.

This map represents the service area of TEL-81.

This service area includes an area in Northern Quebec, south of TEL-01, which borders on James Bay, Ontario, and Newfoundland and Labrador, as well as areas within southern Quebec. The maps which follow on this page provide more detailed views of this service area. The area in northern Quebec includes the following town(s) or city(ies): Chisasibi, Wemindji, Eastmain, Nemiscau, Waskaganish, Fermont, Matagami, Chibougamau, Val-d'Or, and La Tuque, Quebec.

The total population according the Statistics Canada 2001 census is: 358 112.

This map shows the service area of TEL-81

This map shows two areas within TEL-81, the larger of which includes Ferme-Neuve, Mont-Laurier, Déléage, Duhamel, and Plaisance, Quebec and the smaller of which, to the south east, includes: Campbell's Bay, Shawville, and Bristol, Quebec. Both of these areas border on the northern edge of the Ottawa River.

This map shows a portion of TEL-81

This map shows an area within TEL-81 which includes Sainte-Sabine, Notre-Dame-de-Stanbridge, Stanbridge Station, and Venise-en-Québec, Quebec (but excludes Bedford, Quebec). The following geographic feature(s) are also displayed: Lake Champlain.

This map shows a portion of TEL-81

This map shows an area within TEL-81, south of the St. Lawrence River, which includes Saint-Ours, Saint-Hughes, Saint-Nazaire-d'Acton, Saint-Simon-de-Bagot, and Saint-Thomas-d'Aquin, Quebec (but excludes Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec). The following geographic feature(s) are also displayed: the St. Lawrence River and Saint-Pierre Lake.

This map shows a portion of TEL-81

This map shows three areas within TEL-81, south of the St. Lawrence River, the larger of which includes Bécancour, Saint-Sylvère, Ham-Nord and Saint-Honoré, Quebec. The second area to the south-east, includes Saint-Cyrille-de-Wendover, Quebec and the third area to the south includes Frontenac and Woburn, Quebec.

This map shows a portion of TEL-81

This map shows an area within TEL-81, north of the St. Lawrence River, which includes Château-Richer, Quebec (but excludes Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré and Sainte-Brigitte-de-Laval, Quebec). The following geographic feature(s) are also displayed: the St. Lawrence River.

This map shows a portion of TEL-81

This map shows an area within TEL-81 which includes the Magdalen Islands region. The following geographic feature(s) are also displayed: the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

This map shows a portion of TEL-81

Local Telephone Services Areas Table (TEL)

Map of Service Area TEL–82

This map shows the service area of TEL-82

This service area includes the following town(s) or city(ies) in Quebec: Sept-Îles, Gaspé, Rimouski and Beauce.

According to Statistics Canada 2001 census, the total population is 461,176.

Name: Grassy Narrows, Koko Lake, Folyet

Colour indicating the TEL-83 service area on map Colour indicating TEL-83 service Area which is found within TEL-74 and TEL-79 in the province of Ontario.

These maps represent the service area of TEL-83.

This service area includes areas in western and northern Ontario, specifically a 15 km radius of Whitedog, Grassy Narrows and Reddit Tower, Koko Lake, Halfway Lake and Folyet.

The total population according to the Statistics Canada 2001 Census is: 1,718.

Map of TEL-83 Service Area

 

Map of TEL-83 Service Area

Name: Sept-Îles and Gaspésie, Beauce, Saint-Georges-Est, Sainte-Clotilde-de-Beauce

Colour indicating the TEL-84 service area on map Colour indicating TEL-84 service area which is found within Tier 2 in the province of Quebec.

This map represents the service area of TEL-84.

This service area includes three separate areas. The first includes Sept-Îles, Gaspé, and Rimouski, Quebec; the second includes Saint-Georges-Est, Quebec; and the third includes the Beauce region. The following geographic feature(s) are also displayed: the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

The total population according to the Statistics Canada 2001 census is: 525,662.

TEL-84 Service Area Map
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