- For the community in Renfrew County, Ontario, see Admaston/Bromley
McDougall is a township in central Ontario, Canada, on the Parry Sound in the District of Parry Sound. It was named after William McDougall, one of the Fathers of Confederation.
In 2000, the Township of McDougall amalgamated with the unorganized geographic township of Ferguson, and created the Municipality of McDougall.
The township comprises the communities of Badger's Corners, Nobel, and Waubamik.
According to the 2011 Statistics Canada Census:
- Population: 2,705
- % Change (2006-2011): 0.0
- Area (km²): 268.30
- Density (persons per km²): 10.1
- Private dwellings occupied by usual residents: 1082 (total dwellings: 1664)
- Mother tongue:
- English as first language: 93.3%
- French as first language: 1.5%
- English and French as first language: 0.6%
- Other as first language: 4.6%
- Population in 2011: 2705
- Population in 2006: 2704
- Population in 2001: 2608
- Population in 1996: 2299 (or 2674 when adjusted for 2001 boundaries)
- Population in 1991: 2061