The Township of Whitewater Region, is made up of the prior Municipalities of the Village of Beachburg, Village of Cobden, Township of Ross and the Township of Westmeath. Most of the Villages and Hamlets have Elementary schools, arenas, Ball parks and libraries, Beachburg also has a Medical Centre which serves the surrounding area.
Located in the centre of Renfrew County, encompassing beautiful Mink Lake to the east and the well known sandy beaches of Golden Lake to the west, is the rural township of North Algona Wilberforce.
Originally settled over a 100 years ago by loggers and farmers, the Township of Madawaska Valley offers visitors and new settlers alike, picturesque forests, plentiful wildlife and over 60 kilometers of navigable waterways. Located only two hours from Ottawa, three from Toronto and in close proximity to world famous Algonquin Provincial Park, the township provides an abundance of recreational, eco-tourism and business opportunities for everyone.
The former Townships of Stafford-Pembroke and the Township of Alice and Fraser amalgamated on January 1, 2000. The newly formed Township of Laurentian Valley surrounds the City of Pembroke and is south of the Town of Petawawa. Land uses range from rural residential and farming properties on private water and sewer services to suburban and residential and highway commercial on municipal water and sewer.
Our township was incorporated on July 1st 2000, as the result of the amalgamation of the former Township of Hagarty & Richards and the former Village of Killaloe. This area was first settled in the middle of the 19th century by Irish immigrants.
At the South Eastern edge of Renfrew County, bounded to the North by the Ottawa River, is the rural Township of Horton. Winding its way through Horton is the historic Bonnechere River, which runs from Algonquin Park to its confluence with the Ottawa River. While the lifestyle is country, it is a short commute to nearby towns and the Nation’s Capital of Ottawa on the Trans Canada Highway.
Situated in the north west corner of Renfrew County, along the Trans Canada highway between the renowned Ottawa River and equally as legendary Algonquin Park, are communities including Stonecliff, Bissett Creek and Deux Rivieres.
Located in the south-eastern end of Renfrew County, the Township of Greater Madawaska is one of the largest Townships. Significant Crown owed lands afford visitors and residents alike hundreds of excellent fishing lakes and thousands of acres for outdoor activities all year long.
The hamlets of Palmer Rapids, Brudenell, Quadville, and more are nestled in this rural and heavily forested township. There are 60,000 hectares of forest that supports the logging industry here, which surrounds the lush farmland.
Amalgamation has brought the former Village of Eganville and the former Townships of Grattan, Sebastopol and South Algona to incorporate the beautiful Township of Bonnechere Valley.
The Township of Admaston/Bromley is a unique municipality situated approximately 100 km. west of Ottawa. The Township’s major industry is agriculture – dairy, beef, cash crop, sheep, hogs and goats.