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Listing “The Champlain Oaks” in the Municipal Heritage Register

Updated: Apr 22, 2020


“The Champlain Oaks” is a remnant of the original oak forest located on both sides of the Ottawa River between Chaudière Falls and Deschênes Rapids. With historical connections to an Algonquin village, early French exploration of Canada, the logging magnate James Skead, and recent community history, “The Champlain Oaks” are a significant expression of a unique interaction between nature and human settlement. As detailed in a report from three Community Associations, they are worth celebrating and protecting. {PDF was attached. No longer available}

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