Osgoode is located in Ottawa’s rural south end along the Rideau River. It’s neighbouring communities include Manotick, North Gower and Metcalfe, making it a prime location for those wanting the feel of country-living with access to towns nearby. Established in 1827, this township only became part of the City of Ottawa in 2001. Osgoode is a town rich in history, originating as a farming community due to it’s healthy land and large amount of white pine and oak trees.
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