We are located along the 45th parallel, upstream of Cornwall, Ontario and the Robert H. Saunders International Hydro Dam on the St. Lawrence River.

Close to highway 401, the Canadian National Railway and historic highway #2, Long Sault is a one hour drive south of Ottawa, Canada’s Capital, a one hour west of Montreal Quebec, ten minutes from the International bridge to Massena New York and four hours east of Toronto, Ontario. Click here to read more about Long Sault.

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DSCF1077Long Sault Community Annual Yard Sale

Over 100 homes participated along with churches and firefighters.




stormont yacht club“Stormont Yacht Club” opens season with Commodore’s Sail Past.





130518_091142_import Christ Church Gardening Spring 2013





SENIOR CIRCLESenior Circle Showcase 2013 is a huge Success!!





Long Sault Mall Faceliftpainting the mall

Please check out our new video about the the plaza facelift.

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LongSaultStreetsThumbHow timber rafts ran the Long Sault rapids

The huge pine timber rafts that ran the ‘waterslides’ of the Ottawa River throughout the 19th century have become part of Canadian folklore. Less known, but just as colorful, were the rafts that sailed the St. Lawrence.

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YardSaleMom to Mom Yard Sale 2013

LONG SAULT COMMUNITY YARD SALE. Don’t throw the “good junk” out!! The Long Sault Community Yard Sale will be taking place on Saturday, May 25, 2013. Register your address at Showcase Video, Long Sault Plaza.

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LongSaultStreetsThe Streets of Long Sault

Ever wonder where our street names come from and the meanings behind them?

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SDG_ScienceFairScience Fair for United Counties 2013

Long Sault Student competes in 2013 Science fair. Alex Rae-Peet of Longue Sault Public School explains her experiment to study the effectiveness of sports drinks verses orange juice.

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snow geeseOur Goose Migration is Changing

We know spring is here when the geese start honking their way back north.  We Canadians celebrate the spring enthusiastically and enjoy the arrival of the geese with mixed emotion.

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BirdSSanctuary Needs Volunteers with Skills

The Friends of the Sanctuary are at a crossroads and need volunteers right away.  You can start by attending the Annual General Meeting April 10th, 7 p.m. at the sanctuary in the interpretation centre.  Read more…



bird sanctuaryUpper Canada Bird Sanctuary

The Upper Canada Bird Sanctuary is a few miles west of Ingleside Ontario on the St. Lawrence River between Morrisburg and Cornwall. It was established in 1961 on lands acquired during the construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway.



SpringComingSpring is Coming!

Last year on March 21st 2012 the river was cold and the water very syrup like. It was t-shirt weather and time to try out the row boat. Boat builder Mike Lapp tries out his cosign wherry and goes into the last of the pack ice in front of the Stormont Yacht Club. The migratory birds were back, the sun was shining and it was nice to work up a sweat. Let’s hope our spring this year comes as early and is as warm.


Fishing-Derby2013 Lost Villages Ice Fishing Derby

This year was the 6th annual fishing derby and it just gets better, especially for Kevin Casselman.

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Long Sault Photographers on Flickr

Have you been to our Long Sault flickr page yet? There are hundreds of photos from photographers like Calvin Hanson. Check out his Coast Guard Ship capture taken on the St. Lawrence river.


The Valley Men in Concert

A varied program of sacred music, spirituals, old favourites, broadway and traditional music to delight everyone.

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Guide to Bird Feeding

Finding a good hobby is one of the great joys in life. Sharing it with others makes it that much more rewarding.

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The Rapids of Long Sault

The old man had many stories to tell, he remembered the rapids very well… A local retired OPP officer, Charlie McDonald writes a poem in memory of the great Long Sault Rapids.

To read Charlie’s poem Click Here.