|Township of Calvin|
Rural scene near Eau Claire
|• Mayor||Wayne Brown|
|• Total||140.98 km2 (54.43 sq mi)|
|• Density||3.7/km2 (10/sq mi)|
|Time zone||Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)|
|Postal code||P0H 1V0|
|Website||Township of Calvin|
Calvin is a township in northeastern Ontario, Canada on the Mattawa River in Nipissing District. The township took its name from Delino Dexter Calvin, an Ontario lumber merchant and MPP based in Frontenac County.
In 2007, Calvin, along with the town of Mattawa and the townships of Papineau-Cameron, Mattawan and Bonfield cooperated to create a newly branded Mattawa Voyageur Country tourist region in order to promote the area.
The township comprises the communities of Eau Claire and Eau Claire Station.
- Population: 568
- % Change (2006–2011): -6.6
- Dwellings: 251
- Area (km².): 140.69
- Density (persons per km².): 4.0
||Unorganized North Nipissing
|Unorganized South Nipissing (Algonquin Park)|
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