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Establishments In New Brunswick By Year

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Last Updated: 18 January 2022

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When Samuel de Champlain and other European explorers began to explore area that became New Brunswick in early 1600s, they were met by Maliseet and mi'kmaq people who inhabit area and live along its rivers and coasts. Early French pioneers established settlements at head of Bay of Fundy and up. John River Valley as far as present-day Fredericton and entire Maritime region Acadia. Area Was Subject Of Numerous Conflicts Between French And British Empires During Late 1600s And Early 1700s. Region Was Ceded To Great Britain In 1710. Following final defeat of France in 1755, more than 5 000 Acadians were forced into exile from their lands by British. Some of them escape to what was then remote and relatively uninhabited coastline along Gulf of. Lawrence and Baie des Chaleurs, where Acadian settlements grow and thrive. Today, this region is known as Acadian Peninsula. In 1783, refugees loyal to British Crown began to land at mouth of. John River in what was then part of Province of Nova Scotia. They were fleeing from persecution in aftermath of American Revolution and came from as far south as Georgia and as far North as Massachusetts. These refugees were not all of origin, but included German, Dutch and Black Loyalists. Black Loyalists include number of freed slaves, but there were small number of Loyalists who brought their slaves with them to New Brunswick. Discontentment with government in Halifax led to establishment of areas north of Bay of Fundy as New Province of New Brunswick in 1784. By 1785, so many refugees had land and settled at mouth of. John River that King granted charter to New City of Saint John, first incorporated city in Canada. Capital Was Established At Fredericton, 114 Km Up. John River. Scottish and Irish settlers began to settle in New Brunswick in early 1800s. Large Number Of Irish, Escaping From Hardships Of Potato Famine, Made Their Way To Saint John And Miramichi River Region In 1840s. Later immigration include few hundred Danish settlers in 1870s, whose communities in Victoria County exist today. Significant Number Of Jewish Immigrants Came Through Port Of Saint John From 1890s To Beginning Of First World War. Number Of These Immigrants Remain To Form Jewish Communities In Saint John, Moncton And Fredericton. Italian, Greek, Lebanese, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Indian, Pakistani and African Canadian communities have been established over past century in major cities. New Brunswick was one of first Provinces, along with Ontario, QuAbec and Nova Scotia, to join together to form Dominion of Canada in 1867.

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New Brunswick is one of three Provinces collectively know as Maritimes. Join to Nova Scotia by narrow Chignecto Isthmus and separated from Prince Edward Island by Northumberland Strait, New Brunswick forms land bridge linking this Region to continental North America. It is bound in North by and in West by US. In 1784, British divided Nova Scotia into Chignecto Isthmus, naming West and North portion of New Brunswick after German duchy of Brunswick-Lunenburg. New Brunswick is now only officially bilingual province in Canada. Area Of New Brunswick Is 72 908 Km 2. Principal regional divisions are watershed of Bay of Fundy, centering on Saint John River Valley, and North and East shores. Saint John River Offers Early Access To Much Of Best Farmland And Timber Resources Of Province. Residents of North and East shores, living in coastal fishing villages and interior lumbering settlements along rivers, are separate physically from Valley communities by uplands and belts of forest, and separate culturally their predominantly French language and Catholic religion. New Brunswick's rock foundation was largely formed in Palaeozoic era. It was part of geological formation extending from southeastern US to Newfoundland. Much of rock in northern and western New Brunswick was created through ocean deposits of Ordovician period. These rocks were fold, intrude with granites, and overlain with lavas which reflect sporadic volcanic activity throughout Palaeozoic era. They contain zinc-lead-copper from Bathurst to Newcastle area. Folding, fault movements and volcanic activity reached their climax over 350 million years ago in what has been called Acadian Orogeny. Much of base of central and eastern parts of province originated in later Carboniferous period, with rocks forming in rivers, swamps and shallow basins. These include red, green and grey sandstones, some of which are coal-bearing, and conglomerates and isolate of limestone, gypsum, salt and oil-bearing shale. New Brunswick Topography Is Characterized By Northern Uplands Rising To 820 M And Mountainous In Appearance, Gently Rolling Hills In Centre And East, Sharp Hills On Southern Coast Sloping Down To Tidal Marshes And Lowland Plain In Southeast. Soils tend to be thin and acidic over uplands, deeper but frequently poorly drained and acidic in Centre and West, and rocky in portions of South. Best Soils For Agriculture Tend To Lie In Intervale Lands Along Rivers. Upper Saint John River Is Flanked By Low Plateaus Of Well-drain Sandy Loam With Good Lime Content Excellent For Growing Potatoes. Finely Textured Soils Of Fundy Lowlands Are Also Suitable For Agriculture. About five per cent of province is farmland; most of remainder of province, some 83 per cent, is under forest cover. Almost all of forest cover is considered suitable for forestry.

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Destination Dogs

Founders and owners Jimmy Cronk and Sean Hosty wanted to bring their love of food to people of New Brunswick, and so Destination Dogs was born. Originally working in Clydz, pair embarked on mission to showcase very best of local and international meats, with emphasis on humble sausage. From their worldwide travels, duo has craft menu that highlights flavours and culinary traditions from around globe. Popular favourites from their menu include Cyclone, all-beef hotdog, Oscar, chicken sausage, Miami Hound Machine, and Poi Boy which features wild boar. However, this is only small portion of what is available. Since opening its doors in 2013, Destination Dogs has received rave reviews from critics and visitors, and is must visit when in New Brunswick. Destination Dogs, 101 Paterson Street, New Brunswick, United States, + 1 732 993 1016

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