The Province of New Brunswick

New Brunswick is settled on the eastern shore of the Maritime Islands in the province of New Brunswick. The province was founded as a result of the original Métis settlement from Acadia (France) in 1576. This is sometimes known as the original 3 cultures. The Métis settlement along the Western shore of the peninsula was abandoned in 1713.

The settlers thrived on the land until the European settlers arrived from Normandy, France. By the middle of the 18th century, the area came under the control of Great Britain. The original inhabitants were abandoned, and the area converted to French in 16ek (1700). During this time, many Acadians, who would not pledge allegiance to the British king, were forced out with the Great Expulsion. Few Acadians returned to the area.

In 1803, the British purchased the surrounding area and formed New France in 18 nice. In 1867, the territory changed hands again, this time for the French. As a result of the ongoing battles between the French and British forces, the New Brunswick area has been permanently divided into two provinces.

The capital city of New Brunswick is Fredericton but the largest and oldest city is Saint John. The little town was established in 1817. Today, the area is known as Moncton. The city of Moncton is located on the shore of Saint John Seawayand measures only about 45 kilometers northeast of the Arctic circle.

The area is ideal for shipping due to the sheltered location. The ports are all on the seashore. The Atlantic Ocean is about a 3 to 4-hour journey from the city. Therefore, you can enjoy peace and tranquility, being able to watch your grocery shop or have an ocean view from your front porch, all while being only 5 to 6 hours from Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, Boston, and so on.

New Brunswick, a province of about 40,000 Newfoundlanders, has the biggest population in Canada. The province has been reduced to about 25,000 while the total population of New Brunswick is around 68,000. The largest city is Fredericton but some smaller towns also have populations of a couple of hundred people. The climate is climate-stabilized, which means there are Barrier techniques for preventing freezing.

New Brunswick is running on an aging Highway 11, often referred to as the Transit Highway, with the only results on the destination/entrance side of the highway. The funds for the highway are coming from the New Brunswick Royal Roads The roads are marvelous, prior to the replacement of the dilapidated bridges to reduce the load on the aging bridge structures.

The premier route on the new highways is the route through Cariboo Town and Saint John to get to Fredericton. Along the route, you will find beautiful beaches, forests, and even a quaint village lifestyle amongst the immense natural resources.

Cariboo Town is a heritage based community, steeped in human history. As you enter through the town center you come across a ‘skyscraper’ on the peak of the peninsula and a sailboat quarante floating on the waterway. That’s about all you’ll see at the beginning of the route. As you move on, you’ll see more evidence of the sea life and wildlife in this coastal village.

To get to Fredericton from Charlottetown, you’ll turn right off the New Brunswick Highway at Moncton. Along the way, you’ll pass by Blue Beach and Sandy Bay Park. As you move on, you’ll pass the…. wind farm. Yes, wind farms are an important part of the New Brunswick landscape and you’ll see them from the route up and down the coast. The vegetation is NZ grown and there are fields of lavender and some wild jasmine growing in the area. You’ll also pass by the… beach. Yes, there’s a beach in this village. It’s the one maintained by the Island Parks Department and it has the single lady bugle calling the day after seashore visitors. A farmer using his combine could apply a handkerchief and soak his combine in the thirty-degree water spray before he attached a line to it and let the combine Rivera-style to the beach. The combine and apparatus are moved around the beach to fix the line and then it’s underwater for a while before it comes back up to dry land. During rush hour and rainstorms, they bring in bigger barges with more robust engines that are safe for the shoreline.

As with Fredericton, there are lots of hotels, rentals, and camping facilities in this town. The mid-range spectrum is $50 to $87 a night. Deluxe is $90 a night and Gold is $150 a night. A four-night stay is only $300 and a six-night stay is $700.