New Liskeard, Ontario is a small town within the city of Temiskaming Shores. On the northwestern end of Lake Temiskaming, this town is the economic hub for approximately 32,500 people in the neighbouring communities. New Liskeard's beautiful natural setting draws in tourists and makes a perfect location for residents and businesses alike.
While the main industry here is agriculture, there are over 700 businesses in the town. New Liskeard is also the commercial, industrial, and administrative hub for the region's forestry, agriculture, and mining industries. There is a diverse 11 acre industrial business park here, and New Liskeard is home to the only shopping mall in the region.
The Ontario Northland Railway connects North Bay to Moosonee with a station located in New Liskeard. This rail line connects to the CN Rail through North Bay, while the Algoma Central Railway connects through Hearst. Highway 65 easily connects businesses to the Quebec market, while Trans-Canada Highway 11 travels south to Barrie and north to Timmins. Additionally, the Earlton-Timiskaming Regional Airport provides businesses with access to regional, national, and international markets.