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Havelock-Belmont-Methuen is a township in central-eastern Ontario, Canada, in Peterborough County.

History

The region's history began with an influx of settlers after Belmont and Methuen Township was surveyed in 1823. The community of Havelock, which was named after British general Sir Henry Havelock, was incorporated as an independent village in 1892.

Early settlers built their homes in an area of dense forests, numerous lakes and rivers within the rocky Canadian Shield. They survived by means of fishing, logging and farming. Later in the nineteenth century and continuing to the present, mining became an important economic activity. Early businesses in Havelock included a post office, store, bakery, a blacksmith and a millinery.

In 1881 the Canadian Pacific Railway surveyed a right-of-way through the area and a year later laid rails on a graded roadbed. In the fall of 1884, the first full passenger train stopped at Havelock, from Toronto on its way to Smith's Falls. Havelock was an important freight depot from the 1880s to the 1960s. The passenger service was terminated in 1985; the freight service east of Havelock ended, shortly afterward. The railway's activity today consists of transporting nepheline syenite and crushed basalt rock from two mines north of Havelock. The old railway station has been designated as an Ontario Heritage Site.

In 1932, Jack Kerouac spent three days in Havelock.

From 1966 to his death in 1984, Havelock was the home of Cyril Dominique Huard of 2-1 in the Devil's Brigade, 1st Special Service Force, of World War Two. Cyril Huard resided at lot 5, concession 6, on Rural Route #3, just south of Highway 7 at Blairton Road. The house in which he and his family lived burnt to the ground in 1997. Cyril Huard was employed by Canadian Pacific Railway from 1948 through 1983. He worked as a brakeman on the two mine runs north of Havelock.

In 1998, the village of Havelock was reamalgamated with the township of Belmont and Methuen to form the current township of Havelock-Belmont-Methuen.

Communities

The township comprises the communities of Ashby Mill, Blairton (ghost town), Blairton Station, Blue Mountain, Chase Corners, Cordova Mines, Freeman Corners, Jack Lake, Havelock, Kasshabog Lake, MacDonald Bay, Nephton (ghost town), Oak Lake, Preneveau, Round Lake, Rush Point and Vansickle.

Havelock is the site of an annual country music festival, the Havelock Demographics

 

According to the 2006 Statistics Canada Census:[1]

  • Population: 4,637
  • % Change (2001-2006): 3.5
  • Area (km².): 526.02
  • Density (persons per km².): 8.8
  • Private dwellings occupied by usual residents: 1975 (total dwellings: 4199)
  • Mother tongue:
    • English as first language: 92.0 %
    • French as first language: 1.1 %
    • English and French as first language: 1.1 %
    • Other as first language: 5.8 %

Population trend:[2]

  • Population in 2006: 4637
  • Population in 2001: 4479
  • Population total in 1996: 4327
    • Havelock (village): 1352
    • Belmont and Methuen (township): 2975
  • Population in 1991:
    • Havelock (village): 1376
    • Belmont and Methuen (township): 2697

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Local Attractions

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OPEN HOUSES THIS SATURDAY JUNE 14 849 WATER STREET FROM 11-1 928 WEBBER AVENUE 1:30 TO 3:30 BOTH HOSTED BY MIKE O'GRADY. I AM ALWAYS AVAILABLE FOR ANY INQUIRIES AT 705 931 0893 Peterborough's Dragon Boat Festival - June 14, 2014 Peterborough's annual Dragon Boat Festival was quickly embraced by the community when it started in 2001 and has grown rapidly from about 34 teams to more ... Read More...
Posted by Jeremy Moore on 2014-06-09
    So why use me? All Realtors in Ontario work from the same data base, utilize standard forms and contracts and advertise in very similar ways. I'd like to tell you why I stand out from the rest and why you should consider using me to represent you in the purchase and/or sale of your new home. The internet is an incredible resource for real estate and it's consulted ... Read More...
Posted by Jeremy Moore on 2013-10-16

Construction and Expansion

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TIP 1: Get an Energy Audit Before we get into the nitty-gritty, we should mention that the best way to get your home operating at its maximum efficiency is to hire a professional BPI certified energy rater to evaluate your spaces. This person will conduct what’s called an “energy audit” and he or she will test your home for energy losses and safety issues, and generate a detailed ... Read More...
Posted by Crystal Edwards on 2015-01-07
As a follow up to previous blogs on the subject - the project has been set back, even though we can see them slowly upgrading the tracks still. Please see the following article for full detials http://www.thepeterboroughexaminer.com/2013/07/19/rail-unlikely-to-arrive-before-2016?utm_source=addThis Read More...
Posted by Adrian King on 2014-12-02

Community Events

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What was your best summer event? Did you go on a great holiday? There is still time to plan to have some great fun check out some great Fairs in the area, Peterborough Musicfest has some great entertainment lined up Justin Rutledge tonight and Hotel California this Friday get out and enjoy what is left of the summer. Read More...
Posted by Lynda Mattucci on 2014-08-13
World's Finest Shows workers continued preparations Tuesday for the 169th annual Peterborough Exhibition which runs Thursday to Sunday at Morrow Park. Here's the schedule:   Thursday 12:00 PM Vendors Open 4-H Beef Showmanship Morrow Building 12:30 PM PeeWee Beef Showmanship Morrow Building 1:00 PM Lorne Pimmett Memorial Cup Morrow Building 1:30 PM Open Beef Show Morrow Building ... Read More...
Posted by Crystal Edwards on 2014-08-06

Family & Kids

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Blending style with practicality, Estelle Gee, director of Orderly Lives, has made a career out of helping others get organized. Here she shares some of her best home organizing tips and tricks to help you get your house ready for fall. Simple home organizing solutions Fall is the second busiest season and one of the most common problems standing between you and an organized home is the ability ... Read More...
Posted by Crystal Edwards on 2014-09-05
Get your mind in the gutters. Inspect and clean gutters and downspouts. Button up your overcoat. Seal gaps and cracks around windows and doors with weather-stripping and caulk. Get on top of roof problems. Inspect your roof for damaged or curled shingles, corroded flashing, or leaky vents. Walks the walks (and drives). Take steps to repair damaged sidewalks, ... Read More...
Posted by Jeremy Moore on 2014-08-30

Parks & Recreation

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For as long as I can remember this Saturday morning ritual has been a strong part of our community and family routine. We were shopping local before shopping local was cool or even talked about.  If you haven't attended the Saturday Famer's Market, follow this link www.peterboroughfarmersmarket.com  to see all what you've been missing!  So many great foodstuffs, local talent, and friendly ... Read More...
Posted by Lynn McCabe on 2014-07-25
time is running out for getting your gardens ready for winter do you mulch cover and compost did you know you can have your soil tested what tips do you have for getting your gardens ready? Read More...
Posted by Lynda Mattucci on 2013-11-07

Market Reports and Conditions

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Total active listingsᶧ 1,778 Compared to last year at this time 1,793 Average list price 2015 $276,026 Average list price 2014 $270,927 Average market time 2015 69 Compared to last year 2014 68 List price vs. sale price ratio 2015 97% Compared to last year 2014 96% Number ... Read More...
Posted by Constantine Isslamow on 2015-04-07
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Posted by Adrian King on 2015-03-26

Restaurants / Bars / Coffee Houses

THIS BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED CIRCA 1900 2 1/2 STOREY COMMERCIAL BUILDING WITH A RESIDENTIAL UNIT IS LOCATED IN THE GROWING VILLAGE OF LAKEFIELD. MANY INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR RENOVATIONS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED IN THE PAST 6 YEARS INCLUDING: HAND STRIPPED AND RE-FINISHED MOLDING AND TRIM WORK THROUGHOUT, FLOORING, WASHROOMS, NEWER FURNACE AND MUCH MORE. THIS PRIME LOCATION HAS PROVED TO BE SUCCESSFUL FOR THE ... Read More...
Posted by Peterborough Commercial on 2012-10-11
THIS BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED CIRCA 1900 2 1/2 STOREY COMMERCIAL BUILDING WITH A RESIDENTIAL UNIT IS LOCATED IN THE GROWING VILLAGE OF LAKEFIELD. MANY INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR RENOVATIONS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED IN THE PAST 6 YEARS INCLUDING: HAND STRIPPED AND RE-FINISHED MOLDING AND TRIM WORK THROUGHOUT, FLOORING, WASHROOMS, NEWER FURNACE AND MUCH MORE. THIS PRIME LOCATION HAS PROVED TO BE SUCCESSFUL FOR THE ... Read More...
Posted by Aaron Wright on 2012-10-10

Schools & Universities

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University Heights great North End neighbourhood lots of Parks great area for going for walks, close to the zoo, easy access Trent University check out 2979 Jennifer dr. custom built 3 bedroom, 3 bath home featuring main floor family room, main floor laundry room 2 gas fireplaces, and much more call today for more details Read More...
Posted by Lynda Mattucci on 2012-03-06

Shopping

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The summer is almost over, the long weekend is here, the dew is heavy in the mornings, and the birds are flocking together all sign that fall is close. Now may be the time to think of moving and it will be hard to find a nice town than Lakefield Ontario. Call me anytime for your C21 connection to my village. Read More...
Posted by Peter Ward on 2013-08-29
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Posted by Lynda Mattucci on 2013-04-27

Sports & Activities

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    The Ultimate Spring Home Maintenance Checklist With spring around the corner, it’s time to get outside (inside too!) and make sure every corner of your home is in tip-top shape. Here’s a checklist of tasks to tackle in the coming days and weeks. Photo: Thinkstock / The Nest Last Week of March   Inside the House Check the basement for water damage: ... Read More...
Posted by Adrian King on 2015-05-01
UNDER THE LOCK Tournament and Festival is another reason Peterborough Ontario is one of the FIVE most desired cities to live in across Canada.  The community spirit here is a true testiment of what this city is all about.  The Trent Canal below the world famous Liftlock is devided into several sections, allowing some to skate at leisure and others to play a game of hockey.  This year ... Read More...
Posted by Julie Whiteman on 2015-02-07
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