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New Brunswick


New Brunswick is located in eastern Canada and is part of the Atlantic Provinces. New Brunswick shares its northern border with Quebec, its southern border with Nova Scotia and its western border with the United States. The south and east coasts of New Brunswick border the Atlantic Ocean. With an area of 72,908 km2, it is as large as Belgium and the Netherlands combined. It is the 8th province in terms of population with 781,024 inhabitants in 2020. It is the only province to be bilingual; about two thirds of the population is English-speaking and about one third is French-speaking. Its capital is Fredericton and its two largest cities are Moncton and Saint John. Its Prime minister is Blaine Higgs and its Lieutenant Governor is Brenda Murphy.

New Brunswick has a continental climate softened by its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean; the Northwest has the harshest climate, the coastal regions are warmer in winter and significantly cooler in summer. The forest covers most of the province and is the home of many animal species such as white-tailed deer, porcupines and raccoons.

The "First Nations", that is, the Micmacs, Maliseet and Passamaquoddy lived in the province for centuries. Europeans, Basque, Breton and Norman fishermen visited the region from the 13th century on. In 1534, Jacques Cartier explored the coast and settled there. The autochtones began trading with the Europeans, making them dependent and weakened by disease. New Brunswick became one of the four founding provinces of Canada on July 1, 1867.

New Brunswick has a predominantly resource-based economy that relies heavily on forestry, mining and fishing. Tourism, agriculture, and a growing service sector ensure balance and diversity.

Check below a list of all the cities in New Brunswick, classified according to their number of inhabitants. You can click on the area you want to know more about, or look for it using the search bar:


  • MONCTON

    La commune dispose d'une adresse mail et d'un site Internet

    Presence of activity in the town

    Municipality of -75 000 inhabitants

  • SAINT-JEAN

    La commune dispose d'une adresse mail et d'un site Internet

    Presence of activity in the town

    Municipality of -75 000 inhabitants

  • FREDERICTON

    Fredericton has a website

    Municipality of -75 000 inhabitants

  • DIEPPE

    Dieppe has a website

    Municipality of -30 000 inhabitants

  • RIVERVIEW

    Riverview has a website

    Municipality of -20 000 inhabitants

  • QUISPAMSIS

    Quispamsis has a website

    Municipality of -20 000 inhabitants

  • MIRAMICHI

    Miramichi has a website

    Municipality of -20 000 inhabitants

  • EDMUNDSTON

    Edmundston has a website

    Municipality of -20 000 inhabitants

  • BATHURST

    Bathurst has a website

    Municipality of -15 000 inhabitants

  • ROTHESAY

    Rothesay has a website

    Municipality of -15 000 inhabitants

  • OROMOCTO

    Oromocto has a website

    Municipality of -10 000 inhabitants

  • SAUMAREZ

    Municipality of -10 000 inhabitants

  • CAMPBELLTON

    Campbellton has a website

    Municipality of -10 000 inhabitants

  • SHÉDIAC

    Shédiac has a website

    Municipality of -10 000 inhabitants

  • LINCOLN

    Municipality of -10 000 inhabitants

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