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Except near Ottawa and Montreal, where liquid milk is supplied to the big cities, cheese and condensed-milk factories take most of the supply. This S. shore of the Ottawa was mostly settled by English-speaking Canadians in the period 1790-1820, but since then French-Canadians have taken their place to a considerable extent. The villages and towns, apart from the farming centres, have often developed from lumbering towns on water-mill sites to pulp and paper-manufacturing places using locally generated hydro-electricity; most of the streams flowing in to the Ottawa drop swiftly and are suitable for the erection of dams and power-stations.
The first 53 m. of Route 9 A are in Quebec province, the remaining 73 in Ontario.