New Brunswick - The Loyalist Province
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Fredericton, Moncton, Saint John. Open the door to a world of Natural Wonders and discover the world’s highest tides in the Bay of Fundy. Play on our warm perfect-for-swimming saltwater beaches and enjoy our delicious seafood, any way you like it!
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New Brunswick: A major province in Canada where French and |English are spoken equally.
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Fredericton which is an important cultural, artistic, and educational centre for the province, and is home to two universities and cultural institutions such as the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, the York Sunbury Museum, and The Playhouse—a performing arts venue, or
Saint John is at a strategic location at the mouth of the St. John River, and was fortified by Charles de la Tour in 1631. The fort was named Fort Sainte Marie (AKA Fort La Tour) and was located on the east side of the river. To the west of the St. John River, Fort Saint-Jean was later built, or
Moncton where a settlement of the Petitcodiac and Memramcook river valleys began about 1700, gradually extending inland and reaching the site of present day Moncton in 1733. The first Acadian settlers in the Moncton area established a marshland farming community and chose to name their settlement Le Coude (The Elbow), or
Northern New Brunswick where Bathurst had early settlers from France in the 17th century in what became part of the colony of Acadia. Following the fall of this part of Acadia to British control in the Seven Years' War, the region saw the arrival of numerous English and Scottish settlers,
particularly during the latter 18th century through to the 20th century, and Campbellton as part of the tourism "industry", wealthy sportfishermen seeking Atlantic Salmon flock to the scenic Restigouche Valley every summer. The region sees extensive annual snowfall. Alpine and Nordic ski facilities at Sugarloaf Provincial Park provide winter recreation
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