- For the former township, see Osgoode Township, Ontario
Osgoode main street
|Incorporated||1910 (Police Village of Osgoode Station)|
|Amalgamation||1974 (Township of Osgoode) |
2001 (City of Ottawa)
|• Mayor||Jim Watson|
|• MPs||Pierre Poilievre|
|• MPPs||Goldie Ghamari|
|• Councillors||George Darouze|
|• Land||2.65 km2 (1.02 sq mi)|
|Elevation||90 m (300 ft)|
|• Density||927.0/km2 (2,401/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC−5 (Eastern (EST))|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC−4 (EDT)|
Osgoode (also known as Osgoode Village) is a population centre in Osgoode Ward in the rural south end of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is located just 2 km east of the Rideau River. Until amalgamation (combining or uniting) in 2001, it was located in Osgoode Township. According to the Canada 2011 Census Osgoode had a population of 2,453.
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.
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.
- Osgoode: 2011 Canadian Census
- "Courageous settlers first located in Carleton back in 1818". Ottawa Citizen. Apr 28, 1953. pp. A20. Retrieved 2 December 2015.
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