Coastal New Brunswick, Canada, Guide and Information

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Welcome to Coastal New Brunswick, Canada

Home to the first European settlement north of Florida, coastal New Brunswick has been attracting visitors for over 400 years. Beautiful ocean views and incredible wildlife-viewing opportunities, from birds to whales, complement historic villages and eclectic shopping districts.

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An Introduction to Coastal New Brunswick

The rocks along the bay of Fundy, shaped by the pounding of the tides, date back millions of years and are some of the oldest formations in the world. The diversity in the history along the shores of the Bay of Fundy is as dramatic as these giant tides.

The region is a tapestry of Aboriginal, English, French, Irish and Loyalists descendants. Each has contributed to the culture, architecture, traditions, arts and even the place names in the county.

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Multi-Cultural Highlights of New Brunswick and Beyond

One look at the New Brunswick Discovery Map tells you that the French influence in this part of Canada is indeed grand (big).

Outside of Quebec, New Brunswick is where you’ll find the greatest number of French speakers. They make up over thirty percent of the population thanks to sixteenth century French settlers.

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Multi-Cultural Highlights of New Brunswick and Beyond

One look at the New Brunswick Discovery Map tells you that the French influence in this part of Canada is indeed grand (big).

Outside of Quebec, New Brunswick is where you’ll find the greatest number of French speakers. They make up over thirty percent of the population thanks to sixteenth century French settlers.

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