Clarence-Rockland is a city in Eastern Ontario, Canada, in the United Counties of Prescott and Russell on the Ottawa River. Clarence-Rockland is located immediately to the east of Ottawa and is considered part of Canada's National Capital Region in the census.The city of Clarence-Rockland was one of the first municipalities after Ottawa to introduce a smoking bylaw in all public establishments.
This initiative has led other municipalities in the area to consider such a bylaw. The city includes the communities of Bourget, Cheney, Clarence, Clarence Creek, Ettyville, Hammond, Rockland, Saint-Pascal-Baylon, Saint-Felix and Vinette. The city is officially bilingual. It is 68 per cent francophone and is the largest majority-francophone city in North America outside of Quebec or Haiti, recently achieving a greater population than Edmundston, New Brunswick.