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Ottawa-Carleton Land Registry (NO.04/05) Land Registry Office
Ottawa-Carleton Land Registry (NO.04/05)
Court House, 4th Floor, 161 Elgin Street
Phone: (613) 239-1230
Fax: (613) 239-1422
Title Searchers / Registry Agents that work out of this office:
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More Information:Constituent Municipalities
The Regional Municipality originally consisted of the Cities of Ottawa and Eastview, the Villages of Rockliffe, Richmond and Stittsville, and the Townships of Torbolton, Fitzroy, Huntley, March, Goulbourn, Nepean, Osgoode, Marlborough, North Gower, Gloucester and Cumberland. At the same time as the creation of the Region, the City of Eastview was renamed the City of Vanier.
In 1974 the police villages of City View, Kenmore, Manotick, Metcalfe, North Gower, Osgoode Station, and St. Joseph d'Orleans were dissolved. Goulbourn Township annexed the villages of Richmond and Stittsville. The Townships of Marlborough and North Gower merged to become Rideau Township. At the same time the Townships of Torbolton, Fitzroy and Huntley merged to become West Carleton.
In 1978 the Township of March and parts of Goulbourn and Nepean Townships became the City of Kanata. At the same time the Township of Nepean became the City of Nepean. In 1981 the Township of Gloucester became the City of Gloucester. In 1999 the Township of Cumberland became the City of Cumberland.