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Carlsbad Springs Ontario
Carlsbad Springs is a rural town that may be found on Bear Brook in the Cumberland Ward of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Prior to the merger that took place in 2001, the settlement was located on the boundary between Gloucester and Cumberland. The population of the surrounding region was recorded at 916 during the census that was carried out in Canada in 2011.
The community, which was located close to Ottawa, the capital of Canada, was formerly named as Boyd’s Mills, after the operator of the local mill on the Bear Brook, which was the first to process white pine lumber. Today, the village is recognized as Boyd’s Mills. After the ground was plowed up and wheat growing started in the early 19th century, the building was transformed into a grain mill. After some time, it was given the name Eastman’s Springs, after Danny Eastman, who had constructed the very first inn for tourists to stay in. Dominion Springs Company was established in 1870 by a group of businessmen, one of whom was C.W. Bangs, who would go on to become the Mayor of Ottawa. The purpose of the company was to construct a spa-hotel that would offer as recreational and medical benefits the highly mineralized water that was found in most local wells.
In the year 1882, a railway was built through the region, which attracted visitors from further away. Before being upgraded to become the major railway route between Ottawa and Montreal, this track at Carlsbad Springs was just a single track. In the 1970s, the town’s former small train station was demolished.
In the early 1900s, the hotel transformed into a prosperous resort that catered to the well-to-do residents of the adjacent city of Ottawa. In addition to sulphur baths and mineral waters, they had access to strolling routes, horseback riding facilities, archery, billiards, and lawn games. The mineral water was also bottled and distributed over the entirety of North America. The settlement was renamed Carlsbad Springs in 1906 for the purpose of marketing, taking its inspiration from the most popular aristocratic resort in central Europe, which is today known as Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic. King Edward VII frequently vacationed there. During the Great Depression of the 1930s, the resort’s spa was forced to close its doors. In 1945, the all-wood hotel, which had been the largest in the county for a good number of years, was converted into apartments before being razed in the 1980s.
About Carlsbad Springs
Carlsbad Springs is a rural community on Bear Brook in Cumberland Ward in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; Prior to amalgamation in 2001, the community was on the border between Gloucester and Cumberland. According to the Canada 2011 Census, the population of the surrounding area is 916 (area bounded on the north by Renaud Road and the CP Railway, 10th Line, on the east by Smith Road, Milton Road, Russell Road and Sand Road, on the south by Highway 417 and on the west by Anderson Road). == History == === Mineral spa-hotel era: 1870–1930 === The village, which was near Canada's capital city of Ottawa, was first known as Boyd's Mills, after the proprietor of the local mill on the Bear Brook, the first to process white pine lumber. It was later a grain mill when the land was cleared in the early 19th century and wheat farming began. It later became as Eastman's Springs, after Danny Eastman, who built the first inn to lodge travelers.
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