I was very stoked when I heard from Natalie yesterday. She is I think, the newest tiny house person in Canada. You can see about her here. She is located a couple of hours drive from Tiny House Ontario, in Quebec. This is the first finished or almost finished tiny house, I have heard about since learning about Lydiah’s tiny house in Saskatoon.
I am sure there are others of us and I would very much like to add you to this list.
If you are living in a tiny house please leave a comment here or privately on the Tiny House Ontario Facebook page and I will contact you. If you don’t want your house to be public information I will not disclose. If you are interested I will add you to this list with a link to your blog.
Here are the Canadian tiny houses that I know about.
With Blogs or sites:
Me! Laura Moreland, Ontario: Tiny House Ontario:
Red Door Tiny Homes: London Ontario BUILDER
Builders Henry, British Columbia: The Totems:
Heather, Manitoba: Tiny is More: Not much up at the site yet, but the house is nearly done!
Collin and Joanna, Ontario: Our Wee House (SOLD – but story is still there):
Kat and Matt, Ontario: Hobohemians:
UNKNOWN, British Columbia: Chemical Free Tiny House:
Natalie, Quebec: Tiny Refuge:
The Leaf House, Yukon (BUILDER as well):
Kyle and Jessie Jang, Alberta: A Tiny House on the Prairies:
Newly Weds, Nova Scotia: Tiny House Nova Scotia
Derrick and Lisa, New Brunswick:
Get Tiny Michelle, British Columbia, (BUILDER):
The Little House (Built in 1912) UNKNOWN, Newfoundland,
The Great Escape: Deanna, New Brunswick:
Nicky and Judy : Tiny, Nova Scotia
Lydia, Saskatchewan: La Casita
UNKNOWN, Bridge Studio, Newfoundland:
Tracy, Ontario: AWESOME TIME LAPSE Kayla, British Columbia:
Jack in the Box: Turtle Island Tiny Houses: Builder (They recently relocated their business to) British Columbia
Forest Trek Cabins, Edmonton Alberta, Builder: (Lots of skill here and some fancy looking sheds and a cottage too, but no tiny houses YET. Let me know if you give them a try. Readers, I am sure I missed a lot, please let me know of any houses and links that you know about. A thousand sets of eyes are always better than one.
Awesome blog. I just stumbled across it. My wife and I retired 7 years ago, and we have designed and built 3 houses since then. We live on our sailboat part of the year, and in our 350 sqft granny suite when we are home in Ontario. Her parents live in the main house, and look after the place when we are away, sometimes for several months. We are now looking to build tiny and off-grid. I am playing around with some designs now, but have not made the choice as to whether to build tiny on wheels, or tiny on a foundation. Keep up the great work, I’ll be watching. Cheers. Rob.
I have been living in my not so tiny house (250 sqft) that I build almost 2 year ago. I live with my teenage son in Ontario, north-east of Toronto. No running water, a sawdust bucket for toilet and a wood stove. It is awesome. I saved enough money to buy a small plot of land just north of here where I will build another not so tiny house. That’s what I called real freedom.