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Casselman is a village in eastern Ontario, Canada, in the United Counties of Prescott and Russell on the South Nation River. It is a small village on the Trans-Canada Highway 417 between Ottawa and Montreal at the crossroads of Regional Road 7. Highway 138 to Cornwall and the USA is minutes away. It is served typically once a day by the Montreal-Ottawa VIA Rail train, in each direction. Casselman is surrounded on all sides by The Nation, since Casselman citizens refused to join the fusion of municipalities. The village was named after Martin Casselman who built a sawmill near the site of the current town in 1844. The village installed modern water and sewer services that became operational in 1977. Casselman hosts L'Echo d'un peuple, one of the biggest shows ever presented in Ontario.

In Casselman you will find a mix of homes from condo apartments to spacious executive homes with large lots and on the outskirts of Casselman there are many farms.  Nearby, in St. Albert, you will find the home of St. Albert Cheese which supply the neighbouring towns and villages with cheese, curds and other products.


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