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On the banks of the Ottawa River, in the Cumberland Ward of the city of Ottawa, you’ll find the unincorporated community of Cumberland. It was formerly a part of Russell County until becoming a part of the Region of Ottawa-Carleton in the 1960s. Prior to that, it was a part of the historic Township of Cumberland.
In what is now the province of Ontario in Canada, the area known as Cumberland was formerly incorporated as a municipality. It was a separate municipality from the year 1800 until 1999, when it became the City of Cumberland, and then it ceased to exist as a separate municipality in 2001, when it was merged into the city of Ottawa. At this point, it only exists in the form of a geographic township.
Cumberland was founded as a township in 1800 as part of Russell County. It was named after the Duke of Cumberland (later King of Hanover). The township was withdrawn from Russell County and included into the new Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton when an upper-tier Regional level of government was founded in 1969 to replace neighbouring Carleton County.
The township included the localities of Cumberland Village, Carlsbad Springs, Navan, Notre-Dame-des-Champs, Sarsfield, and Vars, as well as the eastern section of Ottawa’s Orléans neighbourhood.
Cumberland became a city in 1999, over 200 years after it was initially formed. The municipality and all of the other member municipalities (including the city of Ottawa) of the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton were consolidated to become a single municipality – the new City of Ottawa – in 2001.
Cumberland is now a part of the city of Ottawa. Cumberland Ward currently represents the majority of the old municipality on Ottawa City Council. The majority of the Orléans suburban neighbourhood, which straddled the previous line between Cumberland and Gloucester, has been separated from Cumberland and Gloucester and is now merged in Orléans and Innes Wards. Cumberland Ward is currently mostly rural in nature, consisting of ancient settlements that have evolved into Ottawa’s bedroom neighbourhoods.
Cumberland is a former municipality and now geographic township in eastern Ontario, Canada. It was an incorporated township from 1800 to 1999, when it was incorporated as the City of Cumberland, then ceased to be a separate municipality in 2001, when it was amalgamated into the city of Ottawa. It now exists only as a geographic township. == History == Cumberland was originally incorporated as a township in 1800 as part of Russell County. It took its name from the Duke of Cumberland (later King of Hanover).
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