United Counties of Prescott and Russell
The United Counties of Prescott and Russell are two consolidated counties in Ontario, Canada. The county seat is L'Orignal. It was created by a merger between Russell County and Prescott County in 1820. It is in Eastern Ontario.
The county covers an area of 2,004.44 square kilometres (773.92 square miles). The Alfred Bog is in the county. Many species of birds, plants, and butterflies live in the bog. According to the Canada 2011 Census, Prescott and Russell has a population of 85,381 people. Many Franco-Ontarian people live in Prescott and Russell. Two thirds of the people speak French as their first language.
There are four townships, one town, two municipalities, and one city in Prescott and Russell:
- Township of Alfred and Plantagenet
- Township of Champlain
- Township of East Hawkesbury
- Township of Russell
- Municipality of Casselman
- Municipality of The Nation
- Town of Hawkesbury
- City of Clarence-Rockland