Discover the unique charm of our rural communities nestled in the heart of Eastern Ontario. Throughout the seasons, the Township of Alfred- Plantagenet and its beautiful rural landscapes will add to the warm welcome of its residents. Our seven villages, located on the shoreline of the Ottawa River offer numerous outdoor activities. here to write something about your area...
Champlain Township is known for its strong agricultural base, industrial and entrepreneurial activity but its many festivals and special events make it a “go-to” place for all kinds of reasons! Vankleek Hill is the proud “Gingerbread Capital of Ontario”, so named because of its many stately homes all boasting intricate wooden decorations called “gingerbread”. Also find nearby L’Orignal, village on the Ottawa River waterfront marina and old jail museum.
Hawkesbury’s many attractions will please visitors, including the majestic Ottawa River which flows alongside numerous recreational facilities, and the countryside which beckons from right next door. Offering a pleasurable urban shopping experience and the Hawkesbury District & General Hospital.
East Hawkesbury-Chute a Blondeau-St Eugene:
Welcome to the Township of East Hawkesbury! Located on the border to Quebec, this township is the gateway to Ontario! We know you will admire the heritage farms, large, cultivated fields and forests of Chute-a-Blondeau and St Eugene! Come and connect with your agricultural roots which are so much a part of life here in East Hawkesbury!
Alexandria-Green Valley-Glen Robertson:
On any given weekend in North Glengarry, with its numerous communities, residents and tourist alike can get out and enjoy the outdoors, take in some music and history at a special community event or just relax and enjoy the rural pace of life in Alexandria, Glen Robertson and Green Valley to name a few. Experience local foods fresh from our Farmer's market, find locally made and grown products. No matter your flavour in life, The Township of North Glengarry is the place to find it!
The municipality of The Nation includes many communities of different sizes and origins including Limoges, Casselman, St-Albert, St-Isidore, Fournier and St-Bernardin. It is crossed by the South Nation River that connects Larose Forest and Alfred Bog. Several residential developments are located in attractive settings and many are serviced with municipal water and sewers. The Municipality is also made up of large areas of rich agricultural lands which support agricultural industries.