—  Village  —
Kingdom Wiki Nicholasland
Autonomous Country Gravenhurst
CMA Archemedes
Incorporated 1952
 - Village 8.54 km²
Population (2010)
 - Total 1,557
 - Change Increase 74.74 %
(from Spring 2009)
 - Estimate (2014) 2,000
 Density 182.3/km2 (472.2/sq mi)

Village of Courners, or simply known as Courners, is a village in Gravenhurst Region in the Imaginary Lands of Nicholas. The village is located just north of Donsley. Most of the town is located within the Archemedes CMA. The village is one of the smallest municipalities (excluding Police Villages) in Gravenhurst Region in terms of area, at 8.54 km squared.

The village is mainly comprised of two communities, Courners South and Courners North.


In 1750, when the population began to spread east, townships were divided into rectangular parcels. Towns like Donsley and Lisi and Wellington were created as a result. However, just north of Donsley, there is an Aboriginal settlement named Devonshire, and hence, a parcel shaped like a triangle was left out, unzoned and ungoverned. It was not until 1952 before this unzoned land became the Village of Corners, as its boundaries form sharp corners due to its triangular shapes. For some reason, a government official, when typing the official document for the Gravenhurst Region Government, typed Corners as "Courners". The mistaken spelling hence became the town's official name. There are still pieces of evidences that the town was originally named Corners, but most of the signs show that the town is named as "Courners".

Ever since 1958, when the king abolished the legal status of village, Courners have been wanting to switch its status to a township. However, the village, until this date, still have not reached a consensus, and therefore, the legal status of village is kept until today. A similar situation also applies to Arithmetic.

Town FacilitiesEdit

Donsley GRT Map

A portion of the Gravenhurst Regional Transit (GRT) system map showing the service in Donsley and Village of Courners.

The town has no railway stations, but it has a bus terminal just north of the Courners South community. The terminal is in service during Monday to Friday, from 6 am to 9 pm.

As of December 2008, GRT Routes 33 and 37 serve the town. Historically, Route 34 also served the town but discontinued due to low ridership.

In March 2010, Route 34 was re-extended to serve the new community of Senate, located in the southernmost tip of the township.


There are not many economic activities in the town except for the small-town style shops along Courners South Parkway. Townspeople either work in these shops, the bus terminal, or commute to nearby bigger cities such as Lisi, Donsley, and Archemedes.


The town is the 23rd largest in the region out of 37 municipalities. The town is home to 513 people in December 2008. It experienced an 8.3% growth since July 2008. On February 18, 2009, the municipal officials estimate that the town has a population of 600. The estimation was updated on the welcome signs located on the borders of Courners.

Nearby MunicipalitiesEdit

Municipalities in Gravenhurst Region
Capital city: Archemedes
Metropolitan Areas (CMA)
(Core city with population 10,000 +)
Agglomerations (CA)
(Core city with population 1,000 +)

Archemedes CMA

ArchemedesBordenCournersDevonshireDixie - Dundas - Lloydminster1Donsley1Guelph SouthMuskoka LakeOld Minister

Caledonia CA

ArithmeticCaithness - CaledoniaDever - DovercourtEugene - EuridiceFontinahas

Brock CMA

AshtonberryBrockFiestaHanlon Village

Fort Erie CA

Algonquin WoodsClifton IslandFort ErieHydrogen FallsMillennium Point

Lethbridge CMA

GuelphLethbridgeMedicine HatPuffleton1Sydenham1Warshaw

Garneau CA


Lisi CMA

Airborn - OppelLisiManchotWellingtonWilliamson2

Lydia CA


Mapleview CMA

Lacroix - LansingMapleviewNazarethNobleton - Nouveauville

Manhatten CA

Iranquay - Manhatten - KanataLloydminster2Mississauga2

Sussex CMA


Bolded municipality is the core municipality (capitol) of the CMA / CA.

1 - There are certain parts of this municipality that do not belong to this CMA / CA.

2 - Italics indicate that this is a community, not a municipality, and belongs to another CMA / CA.

Topsity CMA

Topsity - ZephyrYoli - Yaritown

Vandehogan CMA

HearstSandy PointWater Lea2Vandehogan

Gravenhurst, Unorganized
(Areas that have yet to be incorporated)

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