The Police Village of Manotick (108 years) (in
Souvenir Centennial Programme
Author: Manotick Centennial Committee
Format 4 x 8½ inches
Rideau Branch Ottawa Archives, Tuesdays 9:30am - 4:30pm
In 1967 Canada was 100 years old. That year Manotick was 108 years old, having been founded by Moss Kent Dickinson in 1859. In 1967 Manotick had the status of a “police village”. As part of the celebration of Canada’s Centennial, the pamphlet “The Police Village of Manotick” was produced. The pamphlet contains a brief history of Manotick, a review of the facilities available in 1967 including shopping, services, churches, schools, etc.; the centennial year program; governance; and a walking tour of the village.