Alleyn-et-Cawood is a municipality in the Outaouais region, northwest of Gatineau, part of the Pontiac Regional County Municipality, Quebec, Canada. Its main population centre is Danford Lake, located along Route 301.
In 2004 the united township municipality of Alleyn-et-Cawood became the Municipality of Alleyn-et-Cawood.
Elected in 2009, the mayor of the municipality is Charlene Scharf-Lafleur.
Local businesses include:
From 1877 - 2004 it was: Danford Lake, Municipality of the United Townships of Alleyn and Cawood, Pontiac, Québec, Canada
From 1868 - 1877 it was: Danford Lake, United Townships of Thorne, Cawood and Alleyn, County of Pontiac, Canada
From 1860 - 1868 it was: Danford Corners, United Townships of Thorne, Cawood and Alleyn, County of Pontiac, Canada
From 1830s - 1860 it was: Danford Corners, Township of Alleyn, County of Ottawa, Canada
For the above, from 1840 - 1867, WeRelate lists Canada as Canada East. Prior to 1840 it is Lower Canada.