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  • Notice to CR Transpo users

    CLARENCE-ROCKLAND - September 1st, 2015 - Please note that due to a water main break on Maisonneuve Street in Gatineau, the CR Transpo bus stop for tonight will exceptionnally be on Laurier Street, at the corner of Courcelette Street. The normal itinerary will resume after. Thank you for your...

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  • Happy retirement to Diane Cyr

    CLARENCE-ROCKLAND - August 25th 2015 - The City of Clarence-Rockland's Municipal Council thanked its Deputy Clerk, Mrs. Diane Cyr, on the occasion of her retirement which will be effective August 31st. Mrs. Cyr was hired by the Town of Rockland on October 25th 1985 and then by the City of...

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  • Movies under the stars (in French)

    CLARENCE-ROCKLAND - August 21st 2015 -  City residents are invited to a movie under the stars evening on Friday, August 28th in the Sacré-Coeur school yard at 2233, Dollard Street in Bourget. This activity is sponsored by the Mayor's Golf Tournament fund, the Bourget Knights of Columbus, the...

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  • Information on Wild Parsnip

    Wild Parsnip, also known as Poison Parsnip, is a toxic plant that is rapidly spreading throughout the 5 eastern counties. You should avoid the plant when spending time outdoors during the summer months and teach children to do the same. To read the rest of the article posted on the Eastern Ontario...

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COMMUNITY PROFILE

Clarence-Rockland... a quiet, picturesque city nestled on the shores of the historic Ottawa River, an important waterway for early explorers, fur traders and missionaries. With its humble beginnings as a lumber town almost 140 years ago, Clarence-Rockland has matured into a beautiful city of a little over 23,000 people. Situated just 32 kilometers east of Parliament Hill and about 170 kilometers west of Montreal, the area offers both the quiet of the countryside and the urban offerings of a big city. Along with a healthy distribution of nature's splendor there's also plenty of things to keep urbanites busy. We are a fully bilingual community with a full range of churches, schools and sports facilities which offer endless choices for those who have grown accustomed to essential amenities.

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