Category: New Brunswick

Saint John, New Brunswick

Saint John, New Brunswick

[ 0 ] September 24, 2014 |

The second-largest city in Canada’s Maritime Provinces, Saint John is the largest city in New Brunswick. The latest census, taken in 2011, showed the population of this lovely centre at just over 70,000; the metropolitan area’s population is approximately 130,000. Known by many nicknames – Fundy City and Loyalist City are but two – Saint […]

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Trivia EH? New Brunswick

Trivia EH? New Brunswick

[ 0 ] October 23, 2009 |

AREA:73,440 sq. km or 28,354 sq. mi. Length: 224.km, 139 m Width: 322 km or 200 miles Language: Officially Bilingual – mostly English, 33% French POP: 738,133 Capital: Fredericton Average Temperatures: Summer 25°C, 77F Winter °C, F Important Industries: agriculture, forestry, tourism, mining, manufacturing and fishing Provincial Bird: The black-capped chickadee Provincial Flower: Purple Violet […]

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New Brunswick

New Brunswick

[ 0 ] October 23, 2009 |

New Brunswick’s claim to fame? The highest tides in the world occur in the Bay of Fundy. They also have the warmest salt water beaches north of Virginia. Of course we can’t forget to mention serious whale-watching either, or the parks, or Magnetic Hill. Let’s just say there’s a lot to see and do in […]

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