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New Brunswick is one of Canada's four Atlantic provinces and is the only constitutionally bilingual province (French and English) in the federation. The provincial capital is Fredericton. The province's name comes from the English translation for the city of Braunschweig in north Germany, the ancestral home of the Hanoverian King George III of the United Kingdom.

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• Moncton

Moncton Hotels, Accommodation in New Brunswick

Moncton is situated in southeastern New Brunswick, in the Petitcodiac River valley at the centre of the Maritime Provinces. The community has the nickname Hub City because of its central location and also because Moncton has historically been the railway and land transportation hub …

• Fredericton

Fredericton Hotels, Accommodation in New Brunswick

Fredericton is the capital of New Brunswick. An important cultural, artistic, and educational centre for the province, Fredericton is home to three universities, as well as cultural institutions such as the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, the York-Sunbury Museum, and The Playhouse …

• Saint John

Saint John Hotels, Accommodation in New Brunswick

Saint John is the largest city in the province of New Brunswick, and the oldest incorporated city in Canada. The city is situated along the north shore of the Bay of Fundy at the mouth of the Saint John River. A city of neighbourhoods, many residents closely identify with their area …

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» Acadian Peninsula

Acadian Peninsula Hotels, Accommodation in New Brunswick

The Acadian Peninsula is situated in the northeastern corner of New Brunswick. It derives its name from the large Acadian population located there. Two islands off the northeast tip of the peninsula, Lameque Island and Miscou Island, are part of the Acadian Peninsula …

» Dalhousie

Dalhousie Hotels, Accommodation in New Brunswick

Dalhousie was the leading town of the area until the arrival of the railway following confederation. With steep hills at its back, the Intercolonial Railway (ICR) bypassed the town while its nearby rival, Campbellton, surged ahead. That would be the situation until the late 1920s …

» Edmundston

Edmundston Hotels, Accommodation in New Brunswick

Edmundston is a Canadian city in Madawaska County, New Brunswick. It is located at the edge of the New Brunswick panhandle at the junction of the Saint John and Madawaska Rivers. Edmundston is only a few kilometres from the border with Quebec and on the US border …

» Miramichi

Miramichi Hotels, Accommodation in New Brunswick

Miramichi is the largest city in northern New Brunswick, Canada. It is situated at the mouth of the Miramichi River where it enters Miramichi Bay. The Miramichi River valley is the longest valley in New Brunswick. The city of Miramichi was formed in 1995 …

» Mouth of Keswick

Mouth of Keswick Hotels, Accommodation in New Brunswick

The Keswick River is a tributary of the St. John River in New Brunswick. Early documents referred to it as Madam Keswick River. The Keswick River watershed is entirely rural, dominated by forests and small farms in the communities of Mouth of Keswick

» Oromocto

Oromocto Hotels, Accommodation in New Brunswick

Oromocto is located on the west bank of the St. John River at the mouth of the Oromocto River, 20 km southeast of Fredericton. The village was initially an Acadian village. During the Expulsion of the Acadians, the village was burned in the St. John River Campaign (1758) …

» Poley Mountain

Poley Mountain Hotels, Accommodation in New Brunswick

Poley Mountain is a popular destination for skiers from the southern portion of New Brunswick and also attracts visitors from Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, particularly over the Christmas and March school breaks. Centrally located between New Brunswick's three major cities …

» Saint Andrews

Saint Andrews Hotels, Accommodation in New Brunswick

St. Andrews is a Canadian town in Charlotte County, New Brunswick. It is sometimes referred to in tourism marketing by its unofficial nickname St. Andrews-by-the-sea. St. Andrews was founded in 1783 by United Empire Loyalists and named in honour of St Andrews, Scotland …

» Shediac

Shediac Hotels, Accommodation in New Brunswick

Shediac is a Canadian town in Westmorland County, New Brunswick. The town calls itself the 'Lobster Capital of the World' and hosts an annual festival every July which promotes its ties to lobster fishing; the largest lobster sculpture in the world is at the entrance to town …

» Sugarloaf

Sugarloaf Hotels, Accommodation in New Brunswick

Sugarloaf Mountain is a mountain in the northern Appalachian Mountains in Campbellton, New Brunswick. The mountain is within Sugarloaf Provincial Park. A Mi'kmaq legend states that Sugarloaf Mountain was created when the god Koluskap flung the leader of a group of giant beavers …

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Although it is possible that Vikings may have reached as far south as New Brunswick, the first known European exploration of New Brunswick was that of French explorer Jacques Cartier in 1534, who discovered and named the Bay of Chaleur. The next French contact was in 1604, when a party led by Pierre du Gua de Monts and Samuel de Champlain set up camp for the winter …

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Visit the picturesque fishing villages of New Brunswick where you'll step back in time and sense the serenity of this area with its wharf, fishing boats and piled lobster traps. This is a photographers delight with a lighthouse and twin covered bridges with the ocean for a backdrop. Experience local New Brunswick gems while taking in the crafts, foods, wines, and scenery of the area …

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