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Rideau River Kars

Rideau River Kars

Rideau River
Rivière Rideau
Rideauriver.jpg
The Rideau River in Ottawa flowing between Carleton University and Vincent Massey Park
Location
CountryCanada
ProvinceOntario
RegionEastern Ontario
Physical characteristics
SourceUpper Rideau Lake
 ⁃ locationUnited Counties of Leeds and Grenville, Ontario, Canada
 ⁃ coordinates44°40′55″N 76°20′10″W / 44.682°N 76.336°W / 44.682; -76.336Coordinates: 44°40′55″N 76°20′10″W / 44.682°N 76.336°W / 44.682; -76.336
MouthOttawa River
 ⁃ location
City of Ottawa
 ⁃ coordinates
45°26′29″N 75°41′46″W / 45.441405°N 75.69623°W / 45.441405; -75.69623
Length100 km (62 mi)
Basin size4,000 km2 (1,500 sq mi)
Discharge 
 ⁃ locationRideau Falls
 ⁃ average35 m3/s (1,200 cu ft/s)
Rideau River under Cummings Bridge separating Sandy Hill from Vanier in Ottawa
Rideau River and Rideau Canal opposite Carleton University
1826 painting of the Rideau Falls, where the Rideau River empties out into the Ottawa River, by Thomas Burrowes

The Rideau River (French: Rivière Rideau), (Anishinàbemowin name: Pasapkedjinawong) is a river in Eastern Ontario, Canada. The river flows north from Upper Rideau Lake and empties into the Ottawa River at the Rideau Falls in Ottawa, Ontario. Its length is 146 kilometres (91 mi).

The river was given the name "Rideau" (curtain) by Champlain, as he wrote in 1613, because of the appearance of the Rideau Falls. The Anishinàbemowin name for the river is "Pasapkedjinawong", meaning "the river that passes between the rocks."

The Rideau Canal, which allows travel from Ottawa to the city of Kingston, Ontario on Lake Ontario, was formed by joining the Rideau River with the Cataraqui River. The river diverges from the Canal at Hog's Back Falls in Ottawa.

In early spring, to reduce flooding on the lower section of the river, workers from the city of Ottawa use ice blasting to clear the ice which covers the river from Billings Bridge to Rideau Falls by cutting "keys" through the ice and using explosives to break off large sheets of ice. This practice has been going on for more than 100 years.

The regulatory authority charged with protecting the Rideau River and its tributaries is the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority.

Contents

  • 1 Geography
    • 1.1 Tributaries
    • 1.2 Communities
  • 2 See also
  • 3 References
  • 4 Further reading
  • 5 External links

Geography

Tributaries

  • Adrians Creek
  • Duck Creek
  • Tay River
  • Black Creek
  • Otter Creek
  • Rosedale Creek
  • Irish Creek
  • Babers Creek
  • Atkinsons Creek
  • Rideau Creek
  • Dales Creek
  • Brassils Creek
  • Murphy Drain
  • Kemptville Creek
  • McDermott Drain
  • Cranberry Creek
  • Steven Creek
  • Mud Creek
  • Jock River
  • Black Rapids Creek
  • Nepean Creek
  • Sawmill Creek

Communities

Communities along the Rideau include:

  • Ottawa, Ontario
  • Manotick, Ontario
  • Kars, Ontario
  • Merrickville, Ontario
  • Smiths Falls, Ontario
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Kars/Osgoode, Ontario Taylor Park (Regional Road 19 near Osgoode) Taylor Park Conservation Area - Rideau Valley Conservation Authority Parking On Site - $6 park usage fee, all teams must pay
 

Upcoming Tournaments

DateEventSeries

Historical Results

Aug 5th, 2018
PlaceTeam #Angler1 / Angler 2Weight
139Andrew Januszkiewicz
Matt Bartley
15.13
28Brent Coulas
Greg Gervais
14.95
34Steve Cox
Andy Dafoe
14.73
444Mario Formica
Scott Lefebvre
14.56
59Rick Dolgowicz
Mike Dolgowicz
14.47
Big Fish39Andrew Januszkiewicz
Matt Bartley
3.81