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Kemptville, largest community in North Grenville
North Grenville was established in January 1998 as a township in eastern Ontariomarker, Canadamarker, in the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville on the Rideau River. It is composed of the village of Kemptville, and the geographic townships of Oxford and South Gower. In 2005, a motion of council adopted the designation of 'municipality'. It is located just south of Ottawamarker, Canada's National Capital Regionmarker.

The largest community in North Grenville is Kemptvillemarker, which had a population of 3,667 in the Canada 2001 Census. It is located on the Kemptville Creek (historically South Branch of the Rideau River) in close proximity to Ottawa, sitting midway between suburban Ottawa and the Prescottmarker-Ogdensburgmarker bridge on Highway 416.

Communities

The township comprises the communities of Actons Cornersmarker, Bishop's Millsmarker, East Oxford, Heckston, Hutchins Corners, Kemptvillemarker, Millars Corners, Newmanville, Oxford Mills, Oxford Station, Pattersons Corners, Peltons Corner, Sabourins Crossing, Schipaville, Swan Crossing and Van Allens.

Demographics

According to the Canada 2006 Census:
  • Population: 14,198
  • % Change (2001-2006): 4.5
  • Dwellings: 5,513
  • Area (km²): 350.14
  • Density (persons per km²): 40.5


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