Manotick Area Statistics
1974: Manotick became part of the Township of Rideau.
1996: 4,761 Manotick population (City of Ottawa).
2001: Rideau Ward population 12,800 residents in 434 square kilometres
2001: Manotick became part of the amalgamated City of Ottawa.
2002: Village populations: 4,761 Manotick, North Gower: 1,623, Richmond: 3,663, Kars: 630, 0sgoode: 2,643, Metcalfe: 1,875
Manotick had the lowest proportion of people in their 20's (14%), the lowest of people aged 30-44 (20%), and the highest proportion of those 45-64 (27%). (City of Ottawa)
2004: 13,735 Rideau-Goulbourn Ward population
2006: 5,216 Manotick, North Gower: 4,330 (City of Ottawa)
2010: Manotick, Richmond, and Greely account for 40% of the population of Ottawa's rural villages. (PDF ottawa.ca) Minto Mahogany subdivision plans 1400 homes on 430 acres.
2013: 5,800 approx. Manotick population (PDF ottawa.ca)
2013: Mail delivery counts for Manotick: 3,559 houses, 33 farms, 255 businesses, Total: 3,847 (Canada Post)
2015: Rideau-Gouldbourn population forecast: 16,300 (City of Ottawa Ward populations)
2016: 4,486 Manotick population (Canada 2016 Census)
2019 to 2020 Crime Rate for Ward 21 (Rideau-Goulbourn) dropped 17%.
2020 March - 2021 August Total confirmed Covid-19 infections; vaccination rates 12+ years with at least one dose (August 2, 2021); Infection rate per 100,000 residents (to June 30, 2021)::
2021 Aug. 19 - 77% of Ottawa residents 12 years and older were fully vaccinated; 85% had at least one dose. Those 18 to 39 years of age continue to have the lowest percentage vaccinated. All residents over 80 were fully vaccinated by August 9, 2021. (From Ottawa Public Health: COVID-19 Vaccination Dashboard: Vaccine Coverage for Ottawa Residents)
Ottawa: Manotick is a village in Rideau-Goulbourn Ward in the city of Ottawa, Canada's capital. Ottawa is the second favorite city for immigrants to Canada. It has 900,000 residents in an area of 2,800 square kilometres, much of it rural, making it the city with the largest agricultural economy in Canada. In one of the most connected countries in the world. Back in 2001, 79% of Ottawans had computers, of which 86% were connected to the Internet (Citizen/COMPAS poll).
From 2010 to 2012, and in 2016, Ottawa was rated the best city to live in Canada by MoneySense magazine's annual Best Places to Live survey. Cities were rated for climate, prosperity, access to health care, home affordability, crime rates, employment and lifestyle.
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Rideau-Goulbourn Ward: In 2001, the former Rideau Ward had 12,800 residents living in 434 square kilometres, mostly rural including the villages of Manotick, Richmond, North Gower, Kars, Burritt's Rapids, Munster hamlet and Ashton. In 2003, 20% of the ward's population was from another country, and one in seven of us was a visible minority. Most residents commute to work in government and technology outside the ward. Average income and house prices in Rideau-Goulbourn were among the highest in Ottawa. (The Ottawa Citizen)
|Manotick Population Estimate 2001 - 2008 (City of Ottawa)|
|Real Estate Sales||2000||2001||2004||2016|
|Rideau Ward homes sold||286||205|
|Rideau avg. selling price||$240,635||$269,272||$480,900|
|Ottawa avg. selling price||$159,511||$175,971||$235,678||$435,900
|2000 Southern Ward Statistics||Population||Household income|
|Ward 21: Rideau (Rideau River, Bankfield, Brophy)||12,800||$81,457|
|Ward 20: Osgoode (Rideau River, Mountain/Winchester/Russell Twps, Mitch Owens)||17,200||$69,220|
|Ward 10: Gloucester-Southgate (Rideau River, Mitch Owens, Boundary Rd, CPR tracks, Walkley)||49,700||$55,177|
|Ward 3: Bell-South Nepean (Rideau River, #8 Bankfield Rd, west of Moodie Dr, Hunt Club)||50,900||$74,856|
|Township||Work in Twp||Work In Region||Other|
|The majority of residents of Rideau and Osgoode work elsewhere in the Ottawa region.|
|Rideau-Carleton electoral district||Data|
|Average Household Income||$69,975|
|1991 Census||Avg income full-time|
|Township||Population||Chg fr 1986||Male||Female|
Information collected from various official sources.