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Why Famous
  • The Miramichi River in the central-east region is famous for it\'s fish stories.
  • The Appalachian Mountains dominate northern New Brunswick, sloping into a rolling plateau in the interior.
  • Two of the must-see attractions are the Bay of Fundy and Magnetic Hill.

 

Facts Destination
  • New Brunswick is one of Canada\'s three Maritime provinces and is the only constitutionally bilingual province in the federation.
  • The provincial capital of New Brunswick is Fredericton.
  • New Brunswick is bounded on the north by Quebec\'s Gaspe Peninsula and by Chaleur Bay. Along the east coast, the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and Northumberland Strait form the boundaries.
  • In the southeast corner of the province, the narrow Isthmus of Chignecto connects New Brunswick to the Nova Scotia peninsula.

 

Area Info
  • Total area is 72,908 km2 (28,150 sq mi).
  • The total land and water area of the province is 72,908 km2 (28,150 sq mi), over 80% of which is forested.

 

Why Visit
  • There are many attractions like as New Brunswick Museum, Kouchibouguac National Park and Mactaquac Provincial Park.
  • The Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick has the magnificent coastline highest tides in the world.
  • Magnetic Hill is interesting because of the optical illusion it offers all visitors.

 

Best Time
  • End of August to Second Week of September.
Lifestyle
  • Franco-New Brunswick (Acadie) lay to the northeast of this divide, and Anglo-New Brunswick lay to the southwest.
  • Acadian cloggers and Irish and Scots step dancers competed at festivals to expressive fiddle and accordion music.
  • The performing arts have a long tradition in New Brunswick, dating back to travelling road shows and 19th-century opera in Saint John.