New Brunswick entered the Canadian Confederation in 1867 because the settlers thought that joining with Canada would be good for the economy and out of fear that the United States would want to expand northward into the ... More »

Canada411.ca and YellowPages.ca provide phone directories for all of Canada, including New Brunswick. YellowPages.ca focuses on business listings, whereas Canada411.ca provides both person and business searches. Canada41... More »

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Postal codes in the Canadian province of New Brunswick all begin with the letter E. For example, in the capital city of St. John, there are 400 postal codes, ranging from E2H to E2S. More »

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New Brunswick, Canada, located northeast of Maine, has some of the warmest saltwater beaches, highest tides and largest whirlpools in Canada. Despite its far north location, the saltwater beaches are warmer than anywhere... More »

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Some important locations on a map of New Brunswick, Canada, are Fredericton, Moncton, Saint John River, Mount Carleton and Confederation Bridge. New Brunswick is a Canadian province located in the eastern part of the cou... More »

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British Columbia entered the Canadian Confederation in 1871 because financiers in Ottawa agreed to build a railroad through the territory within a decade, took on the territory's massive debt and provided government subs... More »

Multiple Listing Service listings for properties in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, can be found online at sites such as Moncton Real Estate Board and Realtor.ca. Local Realtors also maintain links to MLS listings on the... More »

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