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New Brunswick rental properties are primarily found in the major metropolitan areas of New Brunswick. Common rental types found in New Brunswick are apartments, studios, lofts, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, condos, houses for rent, mobile homes, hotel rooms, vacation rental, furnished rentals short term rentals. Cities in New Brunswick where housing rentals are found are Saint John, Westmorland, Kings, Albert, Kent, QueensSunbury, Charlotte, York, Carleton, Northumberland, Victoria, Madawaska, Restigouche, Gloucester.  Vacation rentals, short term rentals and furnished housing are more common in the metropolitan areas of New Brunswick.

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      New Brunswick Province Information
New Brunswick is one of the three Maritime Provinces in Canada. The provincial capital is Fredericton and largest city is Saint John. Moncton city is another important urban center in New Brunswick. New Brunswick Province bounded on the north by the Province Quebec and Chaleur Bay, on the east by the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and Northumberland Strait, on the south east by Nova Scotia, on the south by the Bay of Fundy, and on the west by the state of Maine. New Brunswick's official and spoken languages are English and French. In population wise the province has 8th rank. The province total population is 750,457 in 2009 estimation. New Brunswick province nicknames are "The Picture Province" and "The Loyalist Province". In area wise New Brunswick has 11th rank. The province total area is 28,150 sq mi. New Brunswick has a distinctly continental climate, with cold winters and warm summers. The province has traditionally had an economy based on the exploitation of its natural resources. New Brunswick is the fourth largest exporter of fish and seafood products in Canada. Forestry products have been New Brunswick's economic mainstay throughout its history. The forestry industry is also a crucial part of the provincial economy.

      New Brunswick Province Recreation, Culture and Attractions
New Brunswick has a rich heritage culture. New Brunswick's most of the culture is received from Francophone and Anglophone communities. New Brunswick has cultural and academic institutions that have produced and attracted top artists and thinkers. The province people were gathering to churches with families some of the traditions and cultural events. New Brunswick provides a taste of traditional, friendly, rural communities alongside modern cities. New Brunswick has many attractions. Some of the tourist attractions are New Brunswick Museum, Kouchibouguac National Park, Mactaquac Provincial Park, the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Kings Landing Historical Settlement, Village Historique Acadien, Les Jardins de la Republique, Parlee Beach, Hopewell Rocks, La Dune de Bouctouche, Saint John Reversing Falls, Magnetic Hill and the Magnetic Hill Zoo, Crystal Palace, Magic Mountain Water Park, Cape Jourimain National Wildlife Preserve, Sugarloaf Provincial Park, Sackville Waterfowl Park, Fundy National Park, and the Fundy Hiking Trail. In New Brunswick have popular winter sports.

      New Brunswick Province Demographics
New Brunswick total population - 750,457
New Brunswick English population - 463,163
New Brunswick German population - 1,935
New Brunswick French population - 232,975
New Brunswick Míkmaq population - 2,515
New Brunswick Chinese Population - 2,160
New Brunswick Dutch population - 1,290
New Brunswick Spanish population - 1,040
New Brunswick Arabic population - 970
New Brunswick Korean population - 630
New Brunswick Italian population - 590
New Brunswick Malecite population - 490
New Brunswick Persian population - 460

      New Brunswick school information
New Brunswick has a strong educational heritage. In province public education is administrated by the New Brunswick Department of Education. The modern public education system was established in 1871. In New Brunswick has Community College system in all regions of the province. There are also a number of private colleges for specialised training in the province. There are two comprehensive provincial universities. They are University of New Brunswick and Université de Moncton. These universities have extensive postgraduate programs and Schools of Law. The University of New Brunswick is one of the oldest universities in Canada. It has top-rated programs in engineering and computer science. There are also a number of private colleges for specialised training in the province, such as the Moncton Flight College, one of the top pilot-training academies in Canada. The province has four publicly funded secular universities and four private degree-granting institutions with religious affiliation.

New Brunswick Symbols

Image of New Brunswick flag

Image of New Brunswick flower

Image of New Brunswick tree
New Brunswick Flag
New Brunswick Flower
Purple Violet
New Brunswick Tree
Balsam Fir

Image of New Brunswick bird

Image of New Brunswick song

Image of New Brunswick motto
New Brunswick Bird
Black-capped Chickadee
New Brunswick song
Beautiful New Brunswick
New Brunswick Motto
Spem reduxit

      New Brunswick Province History
The French mariner Jacques Cartier was first visited the exploration of New Brunswick in 1534. In 1604 the French explorers Samuel de Champlain and Pierre du Guast, sieur de Monts, established the first French settlement on an island at the mouth of the Saint Croix River. Great Britain obtained possession of mainland Acadia in 1713 under the terms of the Peace of Utrecht. In 1762 the first British settlement in New Brunswick was established at Saint John. At the end of the American Revolutionary war number of people living in the American colonies. On July 1st, 1867 New Brunswick was one of the original four provinces to join Canadian confederation. The provincial economy slowly recovered during the 20th century. Manufacturing gained strength with the construction of several textile mills; and in the crucial forestry sector, sawmills that had dotted inland sections of the province gave way to larger pulp and paper mills. Te railway industry, meanwhile, provided for growth and prosperity in the Moncton region. Nevertheless, unemployment remained high throughout the province, and the Great Depression brought another setback.

      New Brunswick Province Tourist Information
Tourism is the major source of job creation in the last decade in New Brunswick. It is continues to be one of the leading economic generators in the province. New Brunswick has many tourist attractions. New Brunswick continues to be a popular vacation destination for tourists visiting the Atlantic Region throughout the year. New Brunswick's some tourist attractions are New Brunswick Museum, Kouchibouguac National Park, it is located on the east coast of New Brunswick. Mactaquac Provincial Park, the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Kings Landing Historical Settlement, Village Historique Acadien, Les Jardins de la Republique, Parlee Beach, Hopewell Rocks, La Dune de Bouctouche, Saint John Reversing Falls, Magnetic Hill and the Magnetic Hill Zoo, Crystal Palace, Magic Mountain Water Park, Cape Jourimain National Wildlife Preserve, Sugarloaf Provincial Park, Sackville Waterfowl Park, Fundy National Park, Fundy Hiking Trail.

      New Brunswick Province Transportation
New Brunswick is served more than 20,620 km of roads and highways. New Brunswick's transportation was maintained by the New Brunswick Department of Transportation. Saint John has a major seaport, and it is also the terminus of the two major national railroad systems. The Federal Railroad Administration sets standards and conducts inspections to promote the safety of railroad transportation. Fredericton and Saint John have major air terminals. The province's metro city Moncton has the busiest airport. The Federal Transit Administration helps plan, build, and operate mass-transit systems in communities throughout the nation. The province roadways and bridges are improved by the Federal Highway Administration provides federal financial assistance.

      New Brunswick Taxes
New Brunswick Province Harmonized Sales Tax - 13%
New Brunswick Province Provincial Sales Tax - 13
New Brunswick Province Income Tax Low 5% - Higher - 13%
New Brunswick Province federal Goods and Services Tax - 5%

      New Brunswick Universities
Crandall University, Moncton - 685 Students
Université de Moncton, Moncton, Shippagan, Edmundston - 6,219 Students
Mount Allison University,Sackville- 2,486 Students
University of New Brunswick,Fredericton & Saint John - 10,587 Students
St. Stephen's University,St. Stephen - 100 Students
St. Thomas University,Fredericton - 2,579 Students

      New Brunswick Province Religions
New Brunswick Roman Catholic Church Population is 54%
New Brunswick Baptists Population is 11%
New Brunswick United Church of Canada Population is 10%
New Brunswick Anglicans Population is 8%
New Brunswick Pentecostals Population is 3%

      New Brunswick Counties
Albert County, New Brunswick - Population 27,562
Carleton County, New Brunswick - Population 26,632
Charlotte County, New Brunswick - Population 26,898
Gloucester County, New Brunswick - Population 78,948
Kent County, New Brunswick - Population 31,449
Kings County, New Brunswick - Population 65,824
Madawaska County, New Brunswick - Population 34,071
Northumberland County, New Brunswick - Population 48,868
Queens County, New Brunswick - Population 11,708
Restigouche County, New Brunswick - Population 33,834
Saint John County, New Brunswick - Population 74,621
Sunbury County, New Brunswick - Population 25,542
Victoria County, New Brunswick - Population 20,319
Westmorland County, New Brunswick - Population 132,849
York County, New Brunswick - Population 90,872

      New Brunswick Province Government
New Brunswick has a unicameral legislature of New Brunswick consists of 55 members popularly elected for a maximum of five years. The lieutenant governor, the nominal head of government, is appointed, usually for five years. The premier selects executive council ministers from among the members of the legislature. The province highest court is the Court of Appeal. The Province court judges are appointed by the federal government. New Brunswick politics are different from those of other Canadian provinces. Political party independents have occasionally been elected to Parliament from New Brunswick. Since 1960 the province has elected a succession of young bilingual leaders. New Brunswick has 10 appointed seats in the Canadian Senate and elects 10 members of the House of Commons of Canada.

      New Brunswick National Parks
New Brunswick has two national parks. They are Fundy National Park and Kouchibouguac National Park. Fundy National Park is located on the Bay of Fundy, the village site being Alma, New Brunswick. Kouchibouguac National Park is located on the east coast of New Brunswick, north of the town of Richibucto. The park was founded in 1969. The province has many parks. They are Herring Cove Provincial Park, Les Jardins de la République Provincial Park, Mactaquac Provincial Park, Mount Carleton Provincial Park, Murray Beach Provincial Park, New River Beach Provincial Park, Parlee Beach Provincial Park, The Rocks Provincial Park, Sugarloaf Provincial Park, The Anchorage Provincial Park, Val Comeau Provincial Park and Oak Bay Provincial Park.

      New Brunswick Economy
New Brunswick's economy mostly depended by agriculture, health care, manufacturing, educational, retail, finance, insurance and tourism. Mainly its economy is run by industries such food and brews, followed by wood-based industries, transportation equipment, and processing of non-metallic ores and major metals. The forestry industry is also an important part of the regional economy, directly employing about 17,000 people and circuitously employing an additional 6,000. With a total labor income of $1.1 billion annually, the forestry sector directly gives $1.7 billion to the New Brunswick economy. It has number of tourist attractions, it is also play a major role for New Brunswick economy Over 1.5 million people visited New Brunswick's tourist attractions, including its two national parks and many provincial parks. The commercial fishing industry makes an important economic role to the New Brunswick economy. Mining is also major economic sector in New Brunswick; it has number of large mines that extract silver, bismuth, cadmium, coal, copper, natural gas, gold, oil, lead, potash, peat, tungsten, silica, salt and zinc. New Brunswick was conducted number of Community and Economic Development programs for businesses viewing to locate, increase, or elevation their processes. User New Brunswick Comments

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