St. Isidore, Ontario
The town was originally called St. Isidore de Prescott, but in 1989, when the community became an incorporated village, the name was shortened to St. Isidore. However, the incorporated village was short-lived and became part of The Nation Municipality nine years later in 1998. St-Isidore has a French elementary school (Kindergarten to 8) called L'école Catholique de St-Isidore . The school has between 200 and 300 students.
A 24 megawatt solar power plant is located near the town.
The St-Isidore Catholic Church, built in 1879 was destroyed by fire on July 23, 2016.
- Population in 2011: 752
- Population in 2006: 751
- Total private dwellings: 330
- Land area (square km): 1.15
- Population density per square km: 652.4
- Median age of the population: 45.1
- Total number of occupied private dwellings by structural type of dwelling: 315
- Single-detached house: 225
- Other dwelling: 15
- Apartment, duplex: 10
- Apartment, building that has fewer than five storeys: 55
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People from St. Isidore
- Royal Galipeau - politician
- Benoît Pouliot - professional ice hockey player
- Francis Wathier - professional ice hockey player
- Place names of Ontario, page 302, Alan Rayburn (1997) ISBN 0-8020-7207-0
- Statistics Canada
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