Place:Kawartha Lakes, Ontario, Canada

NameKawartha Lakes
Alt namesCity of Kawartha Lakessource: Wikipedia, common local parlance
TypeCounty municipality
Coordinates44.35°N 78.75°W
Located inOntario, Canada     (2001 - )
See alsoVictoria, Ontario, Canadaformer county covering the same area, in existence till 2001
Contained Places
Hamlet
Janetville ( 2001 - )
Lifford ( 2001 - )
Manvers (hamlet) ( 2001 - )
Yelverton ( 2001 - )
Inhabited place
Argyle ( 2001 - )
Baddow ( 2001 - )
Bethany ( 2001 - )
Bolsover ( 2001 - )
Burnt River ( 2001 - )
Bury's Green ( 2001 - )
Cambray ( 2001 - )
Cameron ( 2001 - )
Coboconk ( 2001 - )
Dalrymple ( 2001 - )
Downeyville ( 2001 - )
Dunsford ( 2001 - )
Fenelon Falls ( 2001 - )
Fowlers Corners ( 2001 - )
Kinmount ( 2001 - )
Kirkfield ( 2001 - )
Linden Valley ( 2001 - )
Lindsay ( 2001 - )
Little Britain ( 2001 - )
Manilla ( 2001 - )
Mariposa (village) ( 2001 - )
Norland ( 2001 - )
Oakwood ( 2001 - )
Omemee ( 2001 - )
Pontypool ( 2001 - )
Sadowa ( 2001 - )
Sturgeon Point ( 2001 - )
Valentia ( 2001 - )
Victoria Road ( 2001 - )
Woodville ( 2001 - )


the text in this section is copied from an article in Wikipedia

The city of Kawartha Lakes (2011 population 73,214) is a unitary municipality in Central Ontario, Canada. Although called a city, Kawartha Lakes is the size of a typical Ontarian county and is mostly rural.

The main population centres are Bobcaygeon, Fenelon Falls, Lindsay, Omemee and Woodville.

Key Facts

  • A single-tier municipality of Ontario, Canada that came into existence on 1 Jan 2001.
  • Occupies the territory formerly defined as Victoria County.
  • Amalgamated townships and incorporated places remain only as geographical place names, but are necessary in locating pieces of land (i.e., farms).

Maps

  • Sketchmap of the original townships at Ontario GenWeb.
  • Map of Victoria County circa 1951 from Ontario Archives - locates the former municipalities and townships, as well as the present-day towns and villages within Kawartha Lakes.

Research Tips

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