Tring-Jonction, Quebec Canada

Discover Tring-Jonction, Quebec: A Village Steeped in History and Charm

Tring-Jonction is a quaint village nestled in the Beauce-Centre Regional County Municipality, within the Chaudière-Appalaches region of Quebec, Canada. With a population of 1,526 as of 2021, this charming village is named after Tring, a town in Hertfordshire, England. The "Jonction" in its name is a nod to the Quebec Central railway station that was built in 1881.

The History of Tring-Jonction, Quebec

Tring-Jonction was founded in 1918 by Ephrem Lagueux. This historical event occurred when the village split away from Saint-Frédéric-de-Beauce, marking the birth of a new community with its own unique identity.

Demographics of Tring-Jonction, Quebec

According to the 2021 Census of Population conducted by Statistics Canada, Tring-Jonction had a population of 1,526. These residents were living in 657 of its 687 total private dwellings, indicating a population change of 5.4% from its 2016 population of 1,448. With a land area of 27.32 km2 (10.55 sq mi), Tring-Jonction had a population density of 55.9/km2 (144.7/sq mi) in 2021. This data provides a glimpse into the village's growth and development over the years.