The City of Little Canada is a unique, historic community. Did you know that we received our name from French Canadians who settled here long ago? Our citizens are proud of their French Canadian heritage and we work hard to maintain our unique identity despite our busy metropolitan surroundings. We are centrally located on the northeast hub of the metropolitan freeway system, only minutes from the Minnesota State Capitol and downtown St. Paul and 15 minutes from downtown Minneapolis.
- Population: 9,773 (2010 Census)
- Location: Ramsey County, just north of St. Paul
- Settled in: 1844
- Became a Township: 1858
- Became a Village: 1953
- Became a City: 1974
- Size: 4.34 square Miles
- Sister City: Thunder Bay, Ontario
Review many businesses in Little Canada available for services and goods.
Browse several gifts available to you in Little Canada such as historical gifts, and online apparel stores.
The City of Little Canada's official newsletter is called "Le Petit Canadien." This newsletter is very informative and contains a wealth of news affecting our community.
The City of Little Canada values our natural resources. We encourage residents and businesses to participate in recycling programs that are available to you.
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Review a number of maps for Little Canada.
We are committed to open communications, superior customer service, continuous improvement and accountability to the public.
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Access several resources for transportation in Little Canada.