New Brunswick


This is based on the East Coast of Canada. Right above Manie, USA. Let’s find out what it is all about.

What is it

This is one of the thirteen provinces and territories in Canada. English and French are spoken here. In the year of 1969, yes 1969, the Official Languages Act was passed, which began recognizing French as an official language along with English. This means that you can have all your Government information in the language of your choice.

Facts

Here are some facts:

  • Confederation
    • July 1, 1867
      • Nova Scotia
      • Ontario
      • Quebec
  • Capital
    • Fredericton
  • Largest City
    • Monoton
  • Population
    • 775,610
  • Flower
    • Purple Violet
  • Tree
    • Balsam Fir
  • Bird
    • Black-capped Chickadee

Religion

  • Christianity
    • 67.5%
  • Irreligion
    • 29.7%
  • Islam
    • 1.2%
  • Hinduism
    • .4%
  • Sikhism
    • .2%
  • Buddhism
    • .1%
  • Indigenous Spirituality
    • .1%
  • Judaism
    • .7%
  • Other
    • .5%

Thoughts

My thoughts on this place in Canada. It was a unique place. It has a lot of history. I need to go back and tor more of this province in Canada.


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