Osgoode, Ontario

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Osgoode
Community
Osgoode main street
Osgoode main street
Osgoode is located in Ottawa
Osgoode
Osgoode
Location in Ottawa
Coordinates: 45°08′40″N 75°36′15″W / 45.14444°N 75.60417°W / 45.14444; -75.60417
Country Canada
Province Ontario
City Ottawa
Established 1827
Incorporated 1910 (Police Village of Osgoode Station)
Amalgamation 1974 (Township of Osgoode)
2001 (City of Ottawa)
Government
 • Mayor Jim Watson
 • MPs Pierre Poilievre
 • MPPs Lisa MacLeod
 • Councillors Doug Thompson
Area
 • Land 2.65 km2 (1.02 sq mi)
Elevation 90 m (300 ft)
Population (2011)
 • Total 2,453
 • Density 927.0/km2 (2,401/sq mi)
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Time zone Eastern (EST) (UTC−5)
 • Summer (DST) EDT (UTC−4)

Osgoode is a large village within the city of Ottawa, Canada, located just south of the city proper, near the Rideau River.

History[edit]

It was originally part of Osgoode Township but it became part of Ottawa in 2001. Originally called Osgoode Station, its name was shortened to Osgoode in 1962.

Present day[edit]

Notable landmarks of the community include the Stuart Holmes Arena hockey, the Osgoode Community Centre and its surrounding recreation facilities, the local mall and numerous shops within the village.

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Coordinates: 45°08′40″N 75°36′15″W / 45.14444°N 75.60417°W / 45.14444; -75.60417