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Site information: Located only 25 minutes east of Ottawa by the Highway 417, the Municipality of Casselman is a charming growing community with a rich history. The city was named in honour of Martin Casselman, who built a sawmill in 1844. The Municipality grew around the railway that links Ottawa and Montreal. The current station is now a heritage site, housing the historical museum and the Casselman tourist information centre. A gigantic Franco-Ontarian flag hover at the entrance of the Municipality and illustrates the feeling of pride towards the Franco-Ontarian language and culture. The South Nation River winds true the Municipality of Casselman. There are multiple public parks which are offering suitable spaces for sports, games or relaxation for all ages. Location: Located at the intersection of the TransCanada Highway (417) and Aurele Road, Municipality of Casselman, Province of Ontario, known as part of lot 9, Concession 7, county of Russel being part 1, Plan 50-R-5720 identified under PIN 69021-0105.

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