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Cumberland is in the province of Ontario.

The community was named for the Duke of Cumberland.


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Former and merged community names include:
· Foubertville
· Osborne
The community was founded, as a township, in 1799.

In 1969, Cumberland became part of Ottawa-Carleton, a regional municipality.

In 1999, Cumberland became a city.

In 2001, along with a host of other communities, the former township of Cumberland was amalgamated into the city of Ottawa.

Local festivals include:
· Pancake Festival - March 31-April 1, 2007
· Heritage Power & Country Festival - May 26-27, 2007
Dates often change. Check Cumberland web sites and events links in the sections below.
Historic sites and museums: Cumberland Heritage Village Museum
Listed places in Cumberland:
 Cemeteries (1)
 Museums (1)
 Also see listings below

Sections below provide additional information and links about Cumberland travel and tourism, maps, recreation, government and transportation.

Note: The ePodunk database includes many places that are no longer populated communities. These may include rural crossroads, hamlets, ghost towns or settlements that have been absorbed by nearby cities or towns.

Ancestry & family history
 Ontario genealogy page (GenWeb)
 Ontario genealogical society
 Canadian Genealogy Centre
 Early Canadiana Online
 Ontario family search
 Upper and Lower Canada marriage bonds

  Census records (historic):
  1901 census
  1911 census

  City directories:
  Library and Archives Canada collection

  Immigration:
  Immigration records, 1925-1935
  Land:
  Canadian County Atlas

  Military:
  Soldiers of World War I

Archives
 Ontario archive
 Library & Archives Canada

Attractions
 Cumberland museums


Cemeteries
 Cemeteries in Cumberland include Dale's Cemetery

 Add a local cemetery to our listings
 Cumberland area cemeteries
 Ontario cemetery database


Communities
 Communities near Cumberland

Economy
 Employment growth & unemployment rates

Education
 Colleges in Ontario

Environment
 Air quality forecasts for Ontario
 Environment Canada
 Nature Conservancy in Canada

Events
 ePodunk festival listings

Food & restaurants
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Government
 Ontario provincial government

Historical societies
 Local historical society
 Ontario historical society

History
 Archives in Ontario
 Library & Archives Canada
 Heritage Canada

Jobs
 Jobs in Ontario


Cumberland locator map. Use the navigation tools in the upper left to move the map center or to zoom in or out. You can also click and drag the map to move in any direction.


Media
 Newspapers in Ontario

Obituaries
 Check daily newspapers in or near Cumberland




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 Post cards of Ontario communities

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 Postal codes
 Postal code reverse lookup (find cities by postal code)

Travel & tourism
 Airports near Cumberland
 Hotels in or near Cumberland
 Ontario tourism bureau
 Border wait times

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