Market Access / Transportation
The Municipality of Greenstone is situated along Highway 11. Vast and sparsely populated, Highway 11 has some of the most scenic drives across Ontario with waterfalls, geologic formation, and numerous lakes, rivers, and wetlands.
399 Mooney Street, Thunder Bay, ON, P7B 5L5
Phone: 807-285-3456 Toll Free: 1-866-935-2811
Manitoulin Transport - Geraldton Terminal - Freight Service
Geraldton, ON P0T 1M0
1-800-265-1485 - general inquiries ext. 2700 - rate quotes ext. 2300
CN Rail runs through Caramat, Longlac, and Nakina on its route from Toronto to Western Canada.
Click here to view Ports served by CN.
Canadian National Railway Company
935 de La Gauchetière Street West
There is limited passenger service available in Greenstone. Via Rail provides pick-up and drop-off locations in Longlac and Nakina. The Canadian runs from Toronto to Vancouver, with drop off points in Sudbury, Winnipeg, and Edmonton. Click here to view Via Rail Route Guides.
Via Rail Canada Inc.
P.O. Box. 8116, Station "A"
Montréal (Québec) H3C 3N3
Tel: 1-800-681-2561 (Canada/U.S.)
Fax: (514) 871-6104
There are two airports located in the Municipality of Greenstone.
The Greenstone Regional Airport in Geraldton has day-to-day activities that include medical flights, MNR fire detecting and fire control flights, as well as private operator flights.
Greenstone Regional Airport
Darlene Leupen, Airports Manager
P. O. Box 70, 102 MacOdrum Drive, Hwy. 584
Geraldton, ON P0T 1M0
The R Elmer Ruddick Airport in Nakina has service through Nakina Air Service, as well as other recreational and commercial flights.
R. Elmer Ruddick Nakina Airport
Millie Bourdignon, Operator
Nakina Air Service
Cordingley Lake Road
Nakina, ON P0T 2H0
Tel: (807)329-5752 or (807)329-5919
The nearest International airport is the Thunder Bay International Airport.
The Port of Thunder Bay is the largest outbound port on the St. Lawrence Seaway System and the sixth largest port in Canada and is located only 300km from Greenstone. The port is equipped to handle all types of cargoes and is serviced by the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National railways as well as major trucking companies.