In 1856, Bryson was known as “small port of Havelock” and served as a trading post for the exchange of goods between the upper Outaouais and lower townships. Bryson was the administrative centre of the county until 1914 when a major fire destroyed much of the village.
Less than 4 square kilometres, Bryson is a pretty residential area 20 minutes from Renfrew in Ontario. The village has a beautiful sandy beach, a boat launch, many parks, including the popular Lyons’ Club park, a proud and active community and many local services (restaurants, convenience stores, gas station, tourist accommodations, building centre, beauty salons, etc.)
|Director General:||Tracey Hérault|
|Address:||833, rue Principale, J0X 1H0|
|Hours:||9 a.m. – 12 p.m.and 1p.m. to 3 p.m.(Monday to Thursday)|
|Land area:||3.68 km2|
Sources: Superficies compilées par le MERN, mars 2019
Décret de population (1421-2018)