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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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  • Update - Laurier Street Project

    CLARENCE-ROCKLAND - July 14th, 2015 - The City of Clarence-Rockland met with residents and business owners concerned about the sanitary sewer replacement project on Laurier Street. Municipal employees explained the work involved as well as the project's timeline. For more information, click here to...

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  • Certificate of accomplishments

    CLARENCE-ROCKLAND - July 10th 2015 -The City of Clarence-Rockland honored its youths during the Canada Day festivities by presenting them with certificate of accomplisments. In the photo, from left to right : Garnet Stevens (pentathlon), Jonathan Roy (volleyball coach), Raphaël Payant...

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  • Laurier Street - Information session

    The City of Clarence-Rockland invites its ratepayers in the Laurier Street construction zone to an information session ; Monday July 13, 2015 7:00 p.m. Optimiste Performance Hall 1535 du Parc Avenue The session will be on the following subjects: Work done up to date Traffic plan Sewers condition Next...

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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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