Manotick Canada

Manotick is a city in Ontario, Canada

Manotick is a community in Rideau-Goulbourn Ward in the rural south part of the City of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is a suburb of the city, located on the Rideau River, immediately south of the suburbs Barrhaven and Riverside South, about 25 km (16 mi) from downtown Ottawa. It was founded by Moss Kent Dickinson in 1864. He named the village 'Manotick', after the Algonquin word for 'island'. It has been part of the City of Ottawa since amalgamation in 2001. Prior to that, it was located in Rideau Township. According to the Canada 2016 Census, Manotick had a population of 4,486.

Top sights in Manotick
Watson'S Mill 45.226996 / -75.682785
Gingerbread Man 45.225629 / -75.683165
Peppermint Organic Spa 45.226382 / -75.683660
David Bartlett Park 45.245115 / -75.700609
Manotick Farmer'S Market 45.194992 / -75.643650
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