Edwards is a dispersed rural community at the headwaters of Bear Brook in the Osgoode Ward of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. According to the Canada 2011 Census, the surrounding blocks had a population of 346.
Edwards was named  in 1901 after William Cameron Edwards (1844-1921). Edwards was a lumberman, MP for Russell 1887 -1903 and a senator. From 1898 to 1957 Edwards was a flag stop for the New York and Ottawa Railway.
Coordinates: 45°19′23″N 75°28′01″W / 45.3231°N 75.4670°W / 45.3231; -75.4670