North Glengarry is a township in eastern Ontario, Canada, in the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry. It is a predominantly rural area located between Ottawa-Gatineau, Montreal and Cornwall-Massena.
The current township of North Glengarry was created on 1 January 1998, by amalgamating the former townships of Kenyon and Lochiel with the village of Maxville and the town of Alexandria. The township has a population of 10,251 as of the 2011 Census.
The township comprises the urban community of Alexandria (population 3,287) and the rural communities of Apple Hill, Athol, Baltic Corners, Breadalbane, Brodie, Dalkeith, Dominionville, Dornie, Dunvegan, Fairview, Fassifern, Fiskes Corners, Glen Robertson, Glen Sandfield, Greenfield, Guaytown, Kirkhill, Laggan, Lochiel, Lochinvar, Lorne, Maxville (population 853), McCormick, McCrimmon, Pine Grove, St. Elmo, and Stewarts Glen.
The community of Skye is located on the boundary between North Glengarry and The Nation.
- Glengarry Highlanders, (Canadian Premier Junior Hockey League, 2016-Present)
- Maxville Mustangs, (Eastern Ontario Junior C Hockey League, 1998-2010) moved to Papineauville, Quebec and became Papineauville Vikings now playing in National Capital Junior Hockey League
Hockey in North GlengarryEdit
The Alexandria Glens of the Central Canada Hockey League Tier 2 play out of the Glengarry Sports Palace (Billy Gebbie Arena) in Alexandria. The Glens joined the CCHL2 new league in 2015. The Glens played in the Eastern Ontario Junior B Hockey League until 2014-15 Season.
The Glens won the 2007 EOJBHL Championship, defeating the Gatineau Mustangs in 7 games in the final. This marks the first time a team outside of the Metro Division of EOJBHL has won the Carson Trophy as league champions in over half a decade. This marks the Glens first Junior "B" Championship.
The Glens won the 2008 EOJBHL Championship, defeating the Ottawa West Golden Knights in 6 games in the final. This marks the first time a team the St-Lawrence Division has won the Carson Trophy back to back as league champions. This marks the Glens Second Junior "B" Championship.