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Warden

The village of Warden was founded in 1794 by Loyalist Jonhannes Mock who built the first grist mill. The architecture reflects the British influence and even today 45% of its residents are English-speaking. The village was incorporated in 1917, and during its early colonization was known as Knowlton Falls. Warden borders the Yamaska River, which produces runoff-spawned waterfalls every spring. The village lies along the Route Verte and a beautiful scenic road.

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