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New Brunswick: 

New Brunswick Spem Reduxit: Hope Restored

A Quick Peak: 

A Quick Peak Population: 757, 100 Population Density: 10.60/km² Population 65+: 3 146 Population Growth: between 1996-2001: -1.2% Ethnic Groups: Mi’ kmaq, Maliseet, Acadians, Descendants of United Empire Loyalists, Irish, Danish Only Bilingual Province in Canada Area: Land= 72 908km² ; Water= 71 450km² Shoreline: 2 269km Coastline: 2 306km Largest Cities: Saint-John, Moncton, Fredericton


Main Industries: Mining, Fishing, Forestry, Manufacturing Services GDP: Total: $23 727 billion (8th) Per Capita: $ 31, 552 (12th) Employment Growth: 0.1% increase in Employment/Rate


# of National Parks: 2 # of Provincial Parks: 9 # of Tourists per Year: 5 013 Canadian Tourists In 2004 Peaked in 2002 and is now decreasing

Climate (Continental): 

Climate (Continental) Summer: notably dry but wet in growing season Shore: 20ºC- 22 ºC (ocean breezes drop temp.) Inland: 25ºC Winter: (temp. changes each day) snowiest of 3 maritime provinces North: -12.2ºC South: 7.5ºC Interior: 1200mm of rain/yr

Climate Graph For Fredericton : 

Climate Graph For Fredericton


Landforms Landforms: South: hills slopping to the tidal marshes on the Bay of Fundy East/Central: rolling hills cut by river valleys North: highlands are an extension of Appalachian Mountains Highest point: Mount Carleton at 820m

The Saint- John River: 

The Saint- John River Discovered on June 4, 1604 and named after John the Baptist Maliseet had called it Wolstaq Was a refuge for Maliseet, Acadians and Loyalists Major center of culture and commerce 637km: from N. Maine to Saint John Harbour Was Great Atlantic Salmon River

The City of Saint John: 

The City of Saint John 1524: SJ Harbour first entered Portland Point was first French Settlement and later fortified 1758: occupied by French 1775: destroyed by American Revolutionaries. Replaced with Port Howe 1783: UEL settled area 1785: Saint John established 1800s: Irish arrive fleeing famine 1877: fire destroyed city 1889-1966: recovered and grew Became Province’s center for manufacturing and transportation      


Vegetation Indian Pipe, False Lily-of-the-valley, Moccasin Flower, Painted Trillium, Rose Twisted-stalk, Star Flower, Wintergreen, Yellow Clintonia, Yellow Lady Slipper, Wood Sorrel


Wildlife Animals: moose, snowshoe hares, beavers, black bears, whitetail deer's, blue whales, puffins, seals and sharks Birds and Insects: partridges, herring gulls, red-winged black birds, mallards, eastern bluebirds, flower spiders, and many butterflies The wildlife found in New Brunswick and in Ontario are fairly similar including most birds, insects, and farm animals.

What New Brunswick Offers: 

What New Brunswick Offers A Historical and Natural Place for Adventure and Relaxation FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!!

Where Can I Go?: 

Where Can I Go? Hampton Museum King’s Landing Fundy National Park Kauchibougac National Park Piping Plower and Seals Kelly’s Beach Cap-St-Louis Hopewell Rocks Beaubear’s Island National Historic Site Atlas Park John Fisher Memorial Museum/Carter House Boishbert Hartland Bridge Mactaguac Provincial Park The Beaverbrook Art Gallery Magnetic Hill Les Jardins de la République Village Historique Acadienne La Pays de la Sanguine La Dune de Boubouche New Brunswick Museum Fortress St John St John Riversing Falls Imperial Theatre St-Andrews-by-the-Sea Cape Enrage Crystal Palace Cape Jouriman Nationale Wildlife Preserve Sackville Waterfowl Park Mt Carleton Herring Cove Provincial Park New River Beach Provincial Park AND MORE!

King’s Landing Historical Settlement: 

King’s Landing Historical Settlement A Place to Experience History First Hand Travel Through Time (100Years) An Immersion in the 19th Century Culture Fun for Everyone

Fundy National Park: 

Fundy National Park Near Alma, NB Plenty of Trails, Tour the Bay and Water Falls, Golf Courses, Heated Salt Water Swimming Pool A Place for the Adventurer in all of US!    


Hampton Come Discover a Culturally and Historically Rich Area Museums, Historical Buildings and Homes, New Brunswick’s Most Fertile Marsh, Courthouse, St. Paul’s Church

Documentation of Sites: 

Documentation of Sites Brunswick/naturetours.html www.kingslanding.nbca./

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